|View single post by Rrey199|
|Posted: Wed Sep 27th, 2006 12:50 pm||
| I don't have any idea where to get a manual except from the manufacturer, but you should be able to replace any of the parts. Some retrofit may be in order.
The manufacturer doesn't make the motor, so you should be able to get a replacement. A great source for replacement motors is FASCO. Get all the specs off the motor label and give them a call. You'll need:
Voltage,#of speeds,Shaft size,Rotation,Horsepower, frame size, amps and any model or part numbers to cross reference.
While you're at it ask them for their booklet "FASCO Facts, Time-Saving Motor Replacement Tips". It's an easy to follow crash couse in motors.
Hope this helps
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