20180728_083832.jpg\nThe AC compressor would turn on but the fan would not blow. The fan would blow if i manually spun it with a screw driver. This sounded like a bad capacitor so i replaced it. It did not fix the problem.\n
20180721_091043.jpgoriginal capacitor for fan\n My original fan motor was held inplace by a bungie cord and some rope.\n
20180721_084812 (Large).jpg\nI removed the fan motor and disasembled it. It had some wasp nests inside and the bearings were seized.\nI bought a new fan motor a Fasco D1092. I guessed that this motor would work since i could not find any info on the mach 2 units. To remove the fan motor you must unscrew the outside coil and carefully move the coil to the side without kinking any lines and then remove the fan motor with the fans still on the motor. I forgot to get a pic of this.\nThe new fasco motor did not use the same mounts. I cut some rubber belt i had from a john deere hay baler and used that to space up the fan motor and then used a band clmp to secure it. I also forgot to get a pic of this.\n
20180728_095423 (Large).jpgyou can see the motor in the back ground\nthe old motor had 2 blue wires going to the fan capacitor, white to run capacitor, black to black and red to red\nThe new motor used 2 brown wires to the fan capacitor and the rest of the colors were the same. \nI reinstalled the metal cover and tested the AC. The fan blew hard but now it would not cool. I had my buddy come over and to charge the AC. It uses R22 refrigerant and is charged using a port that uses a allen Key to open and close the port. It took 8 oz of refrigerant to cool properly.\n
20180728_095409 (Large).jpgcharge port.\nMy original AC cover was destroyed so i bought a new one. I bought a MAXXAIR 00-325001. The box said it was for mach 1 and mach 3 unit but it worked perfectly on the mach 2.\n
20180728_083847 (Large).jpg\nOld and new\nMy AC now works awesome. It was 110 on sunday and the inside of the travco stayed around 80 (in the front half). pretty impressive for a single unit.