[AMRadio] Blower motor


Rick Brashear rickbras at airmail.net
Fri May 26 22:09:29 EDT 2006


That would be the simplest way to go, but I'd like to get a 220 v since 
I have to buy one anyway.  Of course, if the right deal falls in my lap 
or I can't locate the 220 version I'll do just that.

Thanks,
Rick/K5IZ

DAVID O'NEILL wrote:

>JUST USE THE 115 VOLT SIDE OF THE 220V SUPPLY. 
>
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>Subject: [AMRadio] Blower motor
>
>I'm in need of a 220 vac blower motor with C frame, 3000 rpm, 1/15 HP.  
>It seems the blower on the 1R2 bit the dust.  It's a sealed motor and 
>obviously has a bad bearing (bushing) as it screams and gets hot real 
>fast.  Grainger has a Dayton that is a little larger in horse power 
>(1/8), which I would like, but it's only available in 115 vac and I 
>would prefer to keep it at 220.  Does anyone know of another good source
>
>where I might find a similar motor or an entire blower assembly that 
>would fit?
>
>Thanks,
>Rick/K5IZ
>
>
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