I am trying to removal the JV936 blower motor assy and its not coming out. The bracket is enaged into 3 slots and front is attached with screw.
I have un-screwed the front screw and assy front drops down -just does not pull out of 3 slots in the backend.
I have the new replacement assy and does not look that its difficult to removal - any suggestion are welcome from the experts.
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See if it has a blower motor resistor(controls speeds) and replace it.
Look up model at repairclinic.com & see it the resistor is a listed part. See link, go to repair help by model number. Forget it. I just checked the only part they sell is the motor for $267. You can buy a new hood for that.
Being a range hood & subjected to cooking fats etc. It might be gummied up around the fan and just require cleaning!
But.... you said it was humming and there is a capacitor close by.
Then it's probably an induction motor thats not getting kick started by the Cap. While it's humming, use a finger (or stick) to push start in one direction or try other direction. If it spins up and stays going.... you've found the problem. The Cap is not kick starting in the right direction. Remove the Cap (with AC Disconnected) and check the values to get a similar replacement.
tap the fan on the shaft just a bit then clean the shaft with sand paper then carefully pull and rotate the fan off of the motor shaft = lock the motors rotor in a vice this make it a easy job. BUT don't damage the fan ! if it feels like it's not going to come off STOP. and search for you local electric motor repair shop with free testing. and ask him to pull it off fer ya, ask him how to oil this motor so you don't go threw this again. ?
Jay the pool pump motor repair guy in longwood Florida 32750
Steps for allure 2/qs2 3/qs3
blade located to the left (squirrel cage)
2.remove both screws retaining metal plate underneath filters
Now you have room to remove the blade completely for washing.
The blade is only held on by pressure (no tools needed)
When re-installing, make sure the plastic lever on the blade is securely located in any hole on the motor face.
For allure 1
Blade located dead center of the hood
3.Remove blade (only held on the pressure) you may have to pull hard
4.When re-installing: make sure the flat side of the hole in the center of the blade is alined the flat side of the shaft of the motor.
to check capacitor disconnect power to unit. remove wires coming from the capacitor making sure to note where they were connected. Using the ohms setting on your multimeter place one lead on each of the two post. Watch carefully and if the capacitor is good your meter will spike for a second then return to zero. IF nothing happens capacitor is bad. Good luck. Kevin
We have the same product, 18 months in use and the very noisy motor has finally seized up. I contacted the manufacturer and was advised that I need a new motor, motor mounting bracket and fan rotor. The agent was not able to quote me a price for the parts but stated that even though my 1-year warranty had expired, if I faxed them a copy of the original sales reciept they could possibly send me the parts for free under the original warranty agreement. I've done as they asked but haven't received a reply as yet. After reading about all the problems with this product I'm tempted to dump the whole unit and try to find another manufacturer that has a reliable and QUIET range hood.