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We have an Emerson 1201 fan with a Emerson K55TT-691 Motor that has failed (burnt out winding). Where can we find a replacement motor?

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  • shaseno Sep 29, 2009

    Yes, there is a burnt spot on winding and winding is "open" when checked with an ohm meter.

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Are you sure its a winding and not a burnt out thermal fuse

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  • Fred Sep 30, 2009

    it is good that you have a meter and checked the continuity

    dont know where you can find a replacement motor

    Good Luck

    Hope you find one

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