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MC42 Replacement Fan Motor Part Number

Having trouble finding a replacement motor for the MC42 fan. Not sure of rotation . Would like to be able to cross it over to a dayton motor if possible. Thanks for your help in this matter.

George Schmidt
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  • Anonymous Jun 26, 2008

    we need cost and delivery on a replacement motorfor resale MC42 - 1HP





    thanks gilbert

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  • Curley Wolf Oct 02, 2008

    Need replacement electric motor for fan Model MC-47-LG. It is a 1/2 hp, 120 V, 60 Hz, 5.5 Am, Class A, Thermally protectd & Capacitor, 10MFD 450 VAC. Would like source and part number.

  • burzerko
    burzerko May 11, 2010

    ok off the motor tag I will need the following info:

    voltage

    amperage

    frame type:

    should say cw or ccw somewhere on the motor as well.

  • KENNETH
    KENNETH Jul 29, 2014

    ONLY NEED CAPATOR 10/450 MOTOR RUN GREAT

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Ok If you take the info I asked for grainger is able to cross refrence it for you in case they dont have the particular model#

Thanks hope this helps Ya

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