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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This site has a form to help find parts.
I check NuTone's page, http://www.nutone.com, and they do not have that model number listed.
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
SOURCE: NUTONE FAN 8310: WHAT IS THE
It does not matter whether the power goes to the fan unit or to the switch box, you still need 3 insulated wires going between the switich and the fan, and the ground wire as a 4th wire. If power is at switch, you will have white as nuetral feed to fan and 2 blacks (or a red and a black) one each to bring power for light and power for fan or heater element. ( if so equiped). If power is to fan unit, the white wire must have a piece of colored tape (red, orange, blue, brown) and this whtie wire is attached to the black power wire. The tape shows that this is not a neutral. The tape has to be at both ends of the white. Now, the other 2 wires (blk & blk or red & blk) can be atteched to the switch and carry the elec. to the fan light, blower, and or heater. Goodluck, Macgivor
Posted on Jan 02, 2010
The C-frame motor for LS100SE (P/N 62345) is no longer manufactured, and no replacement is specified. I checked with Nutone customer service if the motor for LS100 (P/N 89169) will work. They said the blower housing is the same between the units, so it should work mechanically, but the plug configuration is different requiring some electrical changes.
Posted on Aug 17, 2010
SOURCE: I have a nutone 8830
Take down the cover... they usually snap in by a set of spring wires...then looh ofr a screw or a couple of screws that hold the motor assembly up in the box. If there are no screws then the plate that holds the motor just snaps into the outside box....if that is the case just take a screw driver and pry out slightly on the outside box and snap the plate out and drop it down...
The motor will then just be a couple of nuts to release it from the plate...the fan cage often just pulls off of the shaft.
Posted on Oct 09, 2010
SOURCE: I need a replacement motor
Home depot usually has a good selection of replacement fans. They usually are a fan on a mounting plate, not just the fan motor itself. Sometimes you have to purchase the entire fan unit just to get the fan motor plate inside for a replacement part.
Posted on Feb 24, 2011
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