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Old 10-08-2014, 08:23 PM   #1
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Suburban furnace question

Today I decided to look at my non-functional when purchased furnace. It would not do anything when thermostat calls for heat. After testing for voltage I found that the blower motor is dead. I took the unit out and applied 12v directly to the motor and got nothing at all. Also ohmed the two leads and shows open circuit. My question is where to find a replacement. The old one is marked with part # 231379 and the manufacturer is United Technologies, dated 11/2/1988. The furnace is a Suburban NT20. I did see similar motors listed on Ebay but the part #s are different, ie 231206/7. They list these as fitting the Suburban NT series. Any experience replacing one of these?? They're about $100 so I'd really like to get the right one the first time. Any help appreciated.

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Old 10-09-2014, 03:23 AM   #2
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Try this suppler, they should be able to get you what you need:

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Best of luck , I am pulling out my suburban nt-30 today, either the module or the electric gas valve is bad as mine will not produce heat

BTW, American RV Company has the cheapest prices I have found for parts.
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