Question about American Standard Heating & Cooling
Instead of looking for an OEM motor which can cost an insane amount of money...
try taking the information off the motor itself and taking it to a part supply house or motor shop. i.e. an 875RPM 1/4 HP 208 V 1 PH motor with a 1/2" shaft.
Maybe taking the motor itself to the parts house or motor shop will get you further than internet searching a blower motor part number. These systems are designed so that universal parts can be put back in place....at least most of them.
Posted on Feb 08, 2010
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