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Frigidaire a/c fan motor

I need a fan motor for a wall mounted unit, model number FAH106N2T. The model number doesn't show up in your catalog, and I talked to two distributors who don't recognize it. They both found the number but say it is incomplete because there is supposed to be another number after the T, and there is definitely not. They asked for the motor number, and I gave them that and they don't recognize it either. How do I get a motor for this thing? It is barely 2 years old. It is just a simple 220V, 1/8 hp, 3 speed fan motor with a fan on each end.

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HI,

Please go to :

www.repairclinic.com

You will get all the parts for your model.

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    Just click on the below link and on the top left enter your model no. in the search box and click search.You will get all the parts for that model.

    www.repairclinic.com


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Ok...can you provide the full motor number, and lets see what we can find out..

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