Question about Heating & Cooling
Get yourseslf a generic motor that matches the voltage and horsepower of your motor and a universal motor mount. It sounds expensive, but is actually cheaper than ordering a specific OEM motor. Just watch the rotation of the new motor
Posted on Sep 06, 2009
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