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Generally speaking depending on the size of the unit it may be chaeper to buy another than repalce the fan motor, I assume you are talking about a window unit. By the time you source the part, gut the unit , replace the fan, and reinstall it, the labor and parts is well over 2/3-3/4 of the cost of a new unit with a warranty

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