Question about Coleman Heating & Cooling
How to take off fan from blower on top of unit
Hey there. The easiest way to do this is with a hub puller but I'm guessing you don't have one. If you take out the set screw and squirt penetrating oil into the hole and all around the hub and shaft, let it sit then do it again. You also want to clean the shaft up with some sand paper so the fan can slide up. Do not in any way bend the fan blades as this will cause an inbalence and cause your new motor to fail. If you still cannot get it to move, try to tap the hub with a chisel and hammer, not too hard. Sometimes once you get it to move a little, it will come off. You can also cut the shaft off the old motor with a sawzall, place the fan so that the hub is firmly against a surface but the shaft has nothing under it. hen you ca tap on the shaft with wood and hammer, don't hammer on the shaft, it will ding it and make it harder to get off. Good Luck
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