Question about Master Heaters Master B115DT 115,000BTU Fan Forced Air Heater with Thermostat
I took cover off. turned fan manually really stiff moter then had to spin while turning unit on then fan started.do i just need to replace the brushes or do i have to replace the moter?
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Changing the brushes might help, but more often since you said its really stiff, something in the motor over heated and it would probably benefit you more to change out the motor, the windings could be burned up, at least you will have the peace of mind that you know your motor wont lock up again. if it were me, I would replace over repair, hope this helps, please rate this and let us know what happens, thanks again,
Posted on Jan 26, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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