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A blower motor is the component within a home's HVAC system. The motor blows heated air through vents when the heating system is in use. Conversely, some blower motors blow cold air when the air conditioning system is in use. There are two main types of blower motors: single-speed motors and variable-speed motors. What Does The Blower Motor Do? The blower motor controls the airflow for the heating and cooling system; it is one of the main components for the HVAC system to operate properly. The blower motor turns on the fan in your HVAC system, allowing the air to circulate out of the system and into the rooms of your home. In layman's terms, a blower is a device which increases the velocity of air that is passed through it. Effectively, a blower is designed to move air and gas at low to high pressure to perform a specific function. Simply put, an HVAC blower motor is the component that turns on your system's fan that pushes the hot or cold air out of the unit and into your home. Air heating systems such as electric and gas furnaces , air conditioners, heat pumps, and mini splits all utilize a b lower motor to transfer this air. The blower motor turns the blower fan, which forces air through the HVAC system and ou t of the car's vents. When the HVAC system is set to heat, the air from the blower motor is directed across the heater core and into the cabin to warm things up.
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the measurement or extent of something from end to end; the greater of two or the greatest of three dimensions of a body.

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A blower motor is the 
component within a 
home's HVAC system.
 The motor blows heated air
 through vents when the heating 
system is in use. Conversely, some
 blower motors blow cold air when
 the air conditioning system is in use.
 There are two main types of blower
 motors: single-speed motors and 
variable-speed motors.

What Does The Blower Motor Do? 
The blower motor controls the airflow
 for the heating and cooling system;
 it is one of the main components for 
the HVAC system to operate properly. 
The blower motor turns on the fan in
 your HVAC system, allowing the air to
 circulate out of the system and into the
 rooms of your home.

In layman's terms, a blower is
 a device which increases the
 velocity of air that is passed through it.
 Effectively, a blower is designed
 to move air and gas at low to high 
pressure to perform a specific function.

Simply put, an HVAC blower 
motor is the component that turns 
on your system's fan that pushes
 the hot or cold air out of the unit 
and into your home. 
Air heating systems such 
as electric and gas furnaces
, air conditioners, heat pumps,
 and mini splits all utilize a b
lower motor to transfer this air.

The blower motor turns the
 blower fan, which forces air 
through the HVAC system and ou
t of the car's vents. When the HVAC
 system is set to heat, the air from the
 blower motor is directed across the
 heater core and into the cabin to warm
 things up.

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A blower motor is the 
component within a 
home's HVAC system.
 The motor blows heated air
 through vents when the heating 
system is in use. Conversely, some
 blower motors blow cold air when
 the air conditioning system is in use.
 There are two main types of blower
 motors: single-speed motors and 
variable-speed motors.

What Does The Blower Motor Do? 
The blower motor controls the airflow
 for the heating and cooling system;
 it is one of the main components for 
the HVAC system to operate properly. 
The blower motor turns on the fan in
 your HVAC system, allowing the air to
 circulate out of the system and into the
 rooms of your home.

In layman's terms, a blower is
 a device which increases the
 velocity of air that is passed through it.
 Effectively, a blower is designed
 to move air and gas at low to high 
pressure to perform a specific function.

Simply put, an HVAC blower 
motor is the component that turns 
on your system's fan that pushes
 the hot or cold air out of the unit 
and into your home. 
Air heating systems such 
as electric and gas furnaces
, air conditioners, heat pumps,
 and mini splits all utilize a b
lower motor to transfer this air.

The blower motor turns the
 blower fan, which forces air 
through the HVAC system and ou
t of the car's vents. When the HVAC
 system is set to heat, the air from the
 blower motor is directed across the
 heater core and into the cabin to warm
 things up.

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