Your Nordyne HVAC system consists of a complex set of machinery that can be subject to a number of problems, requiring you to pull out the toolbox and make repairs. Things such as faulty gas jets, burnt-out igniters and fried control boards are just a few of the problems that can affect your Nordyne furnace or heat pump. Luckily, some of the problems are more common than others and are fairly simple to diagnose.
The first step to removing a defective blower motor is to shut off furnace power at the circuit breakers. Next, remove the panel to gain access to the blower. Write down the wire color configuration so that you won't crosswire the new motor by accident. Disconnect the motor wires and remove the mounting hardware to free the blower assembly and then remove it from the furnace. With the assembly removed, the next step is to remove the motor from the assembly. Start by loosening the set screw holding the wheel to the motor. Next, loosen the bolts holding the motor in place, and the motor should slide out of the assembly. Install the new blower motor and reassemble the furnace. Reset the circuit breakers to restore power to the furnace.
After you figure out what's wrong and what you need to replace, finding Nordyne replacement parts on our website is easy. There's a search bar above that you can type the model number of your Nordyne HVAC equipment into. You'll be sent to a page listing every part available. If you don't have the model number, you can search by specific part number instead. All Nordyne parts are guaranteed to fit and backed by our return policy. If you have any questions or difficulties placing your order, our customer service professionals can help.