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Old 07-27-2021, 05:46 PM   #1
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Carrier condenser motor

I have a Damon 2010 4072 with (2) carrier units on top. Both condenser fan motors went out within same week. Anyone know where to get replacement carrier motors or a cross refence to another motor?? Thanks in advance.
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where are you located at? do you have the part # or the oem model number?
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The unit model number is 68rv14113a and part number is99-00468-13. We from Blue Eye Missouri
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Unfortunately the Carrier RV air conditioners are no longer manufactured after Carrier sold that portion of their business to a Swiss company.... Who in the mountains and cold weather, is only focused on vehicle heating products.

The fan should be fairly generic though, if you match up the general size and ratings (120VAC) you should be able to replace it from an A/C supply house like Johnstone Supply or industrial supply like Grainger.

If you end up bailing out of them though (that would be sad, b/c I think they are some of the most efficient AC units out there) please message me - I collect these for parts. I don't have my collection near me at the moment to be able to offer any assistance, but I can check and see if I have any fans if you aren't in a rush - I should be going to that storage in about a week.
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The blower motor part number itself is 54-50101-00
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Take one to your local electrical shop and see what they can do.
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The blower motor part number itself is 54-50101-00
You said you lost the condenser fans though.... Some of the Carrier units have two fans, does yours? They also have combination units that run the squirrel cage blower inside and the condenser fan outside on a common shaft. That one will likely be harder to source.
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You have to open them have you see if they rotate . Place for mud daubers, birds or rodents nests as well. Check fan run capacitors.
Hopefully you can find place to cross reference OEM pt# they make it tough so you go to them for parts.
We had an old go to shop for these and used for other smaller motors for convenience and great service, even if cost was a bit higher. They could find generic fan motors. O.A Smith made many of these for OEM. We may have had to trim shafts down or use a shaft hub bushing on occasion . In some cases an induction fan might be 1/6 the price and generic was made better. Sadly they closed down about 10yrs ago.
There are some places like this that sell on ebay . They have notes in similar listings like contact us for help finding right part.
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Ah yes - I completely spaced on the capacitor issues! Carrier uses a combination cap for the run caps, it will have three connection flowers on top and two different micro-farad ratings on the side. You do NOT need to find another combination cap. It might be a bit tricky to make two fit into the same small wire enclosure, but you can seal the top of them with some silicone after connecting the wires and they will be fine inside the main enclosure of the roof unit.

The fan run cap is usually around 8-12 uF, and the compressor could be a ranged cap around 75 uF. Try to get close to the same ratings with the same voltage, a little over is OK, under is not.

Someplace like Johnstone Supply will have these caps available for VERY affordable prices, like $10 or so, so there's no harm in trying that first. The white wire "common" will need to be connected to both capacitors, and then the individual wires to the other terminal on each cap. The fan always gets the smaller rating cap.
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390v is popular rating on quality caps, fine as long as it's over voltage rating of old cap. Make sure spades are tight a light squeeze with pliers usually works to tighten the make up.
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