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My condensor fan motor has gone out. It is an Emerson 4259 model. I can not find another the exact same. Can I replace with anything? As long as the shaft is the same and diameter of motor is same?

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  • corny9373 Nov 03, 2010

    very helpful

  • corny9373 Nov 03, 2010

    the one I have is a 1.1 amp,,, all I see are 1.6... is that okay?

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You can use any motor as long as it has the same ratings (voltage, amperes, and horsepower), shaft diameter so the fan blade fits in, and the motor size so it fits into the housing. Make sure that power is disconnected before attempting the repair.

Posted on Nov 02, 2010

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    Jahn27 Nov 03, 2010

    That is still okay. Just don't use lower ampere rated motor.

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