Question about Heating & Cooling
My inducer motor stopped working. I took it out and lubed it and now it is fine. Does the main blower motor alson need to be lubed?
It's possible. Depends on if there are oiler ports in the end bells of the motor.You can usually pull the side panel and look inside to determine.
Use 8-10 drops of a refined machine oil (3 in 1) in each port. Replace the plugs when finished.
Many motors are sealed, and you would need to tear the motor apart to lube. Don't know that I would worry about it if less than 10 years old.
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
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