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Old 07-26-2015, 09:53 AM   #1
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Need a updated source for basement a/c parts

I'm trying to find parts for my basement a/c in my 2003 Itasca sunflyer 39t. I need an updated source for the outdoor blower fan. All of the previous sources are from 7 or 8 years ago. Another question I have: is the squirrel cage fan on the indoor blower the same as the one on the outdoor blower?
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Old 07-26-2015, 03:44 PM   #2
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I'm not sure about your A/C, but often they have one motor with a long shaft that sticks out both ends of the motor with a squirrel cage fan on each end.

You need to find a parts list for your brand/model of A/C. Once you have the parts list with model # for parts, you can perhaps find replacement part numbers. I doubt if your original A/C was completely custom made, the parts are probably common to many brands, you just need information about your original parts.
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After a few decades in HVAC, if I were you I would worry less about an exact parts match and just take the blower into a fans and motors seller and they will match it all up. Other than the sheet metal body of furnace and AC units-most manufacturers just use common parts off the shelf-usually from low bidder- you know it. By doing this you'll also get the proper pitch and air direction for squirrel cage-best to replace them as they are usually corrosion welded and you end up bending them (even slightly) and you'll have a noisy fan with a new motor.
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