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When was 58zav carrier weathermaker 8000 mfg, i.e. how old is it?

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SOURCE: have a carrier weathermaker 8000 model 58zav need

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Posted on Sep 27, 2010

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SOURCE: Carrier Weathermaker 8000 blower fan quit Was

Hi Jarliske,

If the motor needs to be replaced, then you need to follow the below steps,

You need to pull the motor out and & check the data plate on the motor.

This data plate would list the HP number ,
You can get it from a local electric shop or a HVAC supply house the usually keep this in stock and will save you a good amount of money.
As most are reversible rotation you need to be sure to get a matching capacitor.

Also note the motor type, if it is of the PSC type, it will have a running capacitor already.

You can check and replace the blower fan accordingly.

Hope this helps ...:)

Posted on Aug 29, 2011

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Have a carrier weathermaker 8000 model 58zav need a transformer any ideas of the part no.


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