Draft Inducer replacement advice


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Old 12-11-11, 09:20 PM
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Draft Inducer replacement advice

I have a Heil NTC6075FBA2 furnace with a Fasco A172 draft inducer that is starting to squeal now and again. A little household lubricant/oil has helped stop the noise now and again, but to fully resolve the problem, I think it's time to replace it.

It looks pretty easy to do myself, any advice or things to consider before I tackle the project?

Will it need any new gaskets or silicone beads to seal things, or just disconnect power, disconnect wiring, unbolt, bolt on new one, wire new one, power back up?
 
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Old 12-11-11, 10:05 PM
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Usually there is a replacement kit that includes a new motor and fan assembly ready to install along with new gaskets and such.

I recommend that kind of replacement kit over trying to find separate parts that might, or might not, work together properly.

Make it easy on yourself.
 
 

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