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Removing blower motor

I am trying to replace the motor on my kitchenaid kicu285hbt vents hood. I have motor out but can't figure out hoe to get the fans off the motor shafts

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Tap the fan on the shaft just a bit then clean the shaft with sand paper then carefully pull and rotate the fan off of the motor shaft = lock the motors rotor in a vice this make it a easy job. BUT don't damage the fan ! if it feels like it's not going to come off STOP. and search for you local electric motor repair shop with free testing. and ask him to pull it off fer ya, ask him how to oil this motor so you don't go threw this again. ?
Jay the pool pump motor repair guy in longwood Florida 32750

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The FR Series fans from Fantech are glued closed to prevent air leakage. Its better to replace the fan than to try and fix it. The cheapest place to buy a Fantech fan is at http:///www.hvacquick.com as they buy direct from Fantech.
Alos the FR Series fan comes with a 5 Year Manufactures warranty.

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SOURCE: I am having a similar problem...motor hums like it

YEP REPLACE THAT MOTOR. MOST OF THEM HAVE A GEAR TOOTH THAT HAS BROKEN WHICH CAUSES BINDING.

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