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Question DetailsAsked on 8/22/2017

the ecm motor module on my 2 yr old (!) Carrier blower has died. Part under warranty, but $420 for labor?

3 ton split unit

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Sounds high to me - the blower itself can run up to $500 depending on model but they are covering that under warranty - but all the Carriers I have seen have the blower motor right up front, so less than an hour to maybe an hour and a half job to replace and program (assuming front of unit has good access), which would normally mean around $75-250 labor. Sounds like maybe you need another qoute, if you are not committed to that firm - or at least an explanation why so much and why it is going to take probably 4 hours labor for this job - you could pretty replace all the guts of a furnace except for the heat exchanger for that labor charge.

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