Question about Heating & Cooling
Depends on motor most have an allen wrench hole in the side locking the cage to the shaft depending on the size of the cage will determine the size of the allen wrench. You will want to use a green scuff pad to clean the shaft before you remove the squirrel cage and spray WD 40 on it to get it to slide off and on. When installing it be sure to get it back in the same place or you may cause it to rub on something which is a pain to tear it down a second time.
Posted on Sep 07, 2010
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