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|Atwood 8525-iv-dclp furnace||John||10-15-15|
|When I turn the furnace on nothing works I hear a click from the circuit board then 15 seconds later the breaker pops a/c works fine what could cause this|
|Re: Atwood 8525-iv-dclp furnace||BUBBA THE BUS TECH||10-15-15|
|Guessing: The motor is jammed or siezed OR there is a short in the motor or circuit board wiring.|
Either way, Remove outer cover, Inspect and take a high pressure air gun andd blow out blower wheel and blow into the exshuast.
Be careful do not spin the motor very fast, overspeeding a good motor will ruin it. Try turning it on.
Still not working: After making sure its shut off, stick a finger in and try turning blower fan. If it moves have someone turn it on.
You can hot wire the motor direct to 12 volt as a final test, if it tests good with the breaker tripping you have a short circuit.