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I have a Bryant Ductless Cassette that the condensate pump motor locked up. I am having trouble finding a part #.

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  • mark_satterl Apr 23, 2009

    It is an internal motor and pump assembly not an extrenal gravity fed.

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Just replace your condensat pump. any local hardware store should have condensate pumps. just tell them what your application is for and they should be able to give you the right pump.

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