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Blower motor leaking oil
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
not sure if you have fixed the problem. There is a web site to get this motor... www.arnoldservice .com he should have the motor. I recomend a generic 3 speed mtr. you will have to cut the plug on the original as it may be a 4 speed but you only need 3 speeds. The oem motor will be more expensive then an aftermarket.
Posted on Feb 02, 2009
With power off, locate fan motor capacitor (generally silver in colour).
Rating on capacitor will be in microfarads at specified voltage ( 5mf @
370 volts). Be careful to discharge before handling and return defective
cap. to source of replacement. They can confirm whether or not truely
defective. Replace and secure. Restore power and check operation.
Purpose of run capacitor is to provide starting torque that you are
presently providing by hand spinning. Hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 05, 2009
SOURCE: HVAC Blower Motor Replacement
Ain't nothing to it. Slide out the blower and take it outside. Use some rust buster to get the blower out. Don't beat on the shaft. Spread that shaft and the wheel won't come off. Use a rubber mallet. Most generic blowers have white as a common wire and the speeds are black-hi blue med and red, for low. 2 brown wires will go to the capacitor. other wires will reverse direction. Wash the housing and blower wheel good. any wire unused will be taped off to themselves. Nothing to it.
Posted on Mar 11, 2010
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