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Question DetailsAsked on 1/7/2014

How much should it cost to replace a burnt out fan motor in my 4 Ton HVAC unit on the roof?

Unit is about 20 years old and mounted on the roof with duct work in the attic.

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I just replaced one last month in California an the total cost to the customer was $250.00 For parts + tax and $150.00 Labor. A 20 year old unit in Southern California weather has lived a useful life. You should be preparing to replace the unit in the near future.

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Answered 5 years ago by PoppyRoss

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If it's a "package unit" it has an indoor and an outdoor motor. The indoor, could be between $450 to $700, the outdoor between $350 to $500, here in Florida. If it's a "split system" it has only an outdoor motor,so same as above.


20 years is a long time, other failures could be in the naer future , I'd think about replacing and reducing my electric costs, as a lot more effiecent units are made today, then 20 years ago.Saving hunderds per year in operating costs, is wiser investment.

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Answered 5 years ago by BayAreaAC




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