I'm looking to buy motor for an Airco Gas furnace model ACF-45, serial #DI-109. The motor is Tamper, 1/6hp, 1727rmp, type S-100336. Do you have any suggestion?
Hi, W/D here.
Make the necessary sketches, showing what color wire goes to which terminal (trust me on this, it's a really good idea). I do it whenever two or more wires are involved, and I've been known to also lable terminals with the wire color with a "Sharpie". Remove the motor and start capacitor. Take both with you to your local appliance parts supply house. They will match you up with a similar motor, and match the capacitor to the new motor. Getting the exact motor you described isn't important. Getting a good quality replacement motor with your horsepower rating, shaft size and matched capacitor is. They'll have it, and the cost will be less than running one down. I installed a replacement in a furnace last week, with the motor, capacitor and a pack of crimp-on terminals (I ran out!) costing about $109.00. Your's may be less at 1/6 hp. The one I installed was 1/3 hp, replaced a GE, and works fine.
Best regards, --W/D--
Feb 19, 2011 |
Dayton Gas Furnace Heater