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Not sure what blower motor to get for my furnace

I have gotten the information for the blower, but i can't find the correct motor anywhere. This is the info I was able to get from the motor
General Electric Motor
#5kcp39kg
R047 S
1050rpm
60 hz
115V
5.8 A
1/2 hp
1/2" shaft

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The real relevant info is 1/2 hp, 1050 rpm, 115 vac, 1/2 inch shaft. Bring that info to any HVAC supply, any appliance parts, Graingers etc. and they should be able to match it up. I just went to the Graingers site and you can order one for $87.50 plus shipping. lease give me a good rating for getting this info for you. Thanks.

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