Which motor for condensor

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Old 04-02-07, 05:14 PM
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Which motor for condensor

I found a local place to get a motor for my condenser which would save me some money on shipping..
and I narrowed my search down to 7 models that seem to have similar specs as the one I was going to order online..
but I can't figure out which would be the best match, because I don't understand some of the terminology ...

the info on my motor is
emerson model k55hxkaf-3146
1/3 hp
208-230 volts
1120 RPM
air over cont frame 48y
1.3 amps

the is the one I found online that says its a replacement
http://www.itallics.com/images/fan1.jpg

here are the 7 listed at grainger's web site
http://www.itallics.com/images/fan2.jpg

can some one guide me in the right direction
 
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Old 04-02-07, 06:48 PM
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Oh for God's sake!

What is the model number of the unit (Heat pump) you are talking about?

What is the manufacturer?


Chris
 

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Company bashing is against the rules. Please take the time to read them.

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Originally Posted by Jarredsdad View Post
What is the model number of the unit (Heat pump) you are talking about?

What is the manufacturer?

Chris
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model CH3036VKA2
867.800091
36BH-000087CR
s/n# L8917662
NCH3036VKA2


they seem to be less expensive than the other place I looked at.
 

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Old 04-03-07, 06:19 PM
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Hmm

I can't find anything on the ARI website for this unit.

But we know it's the motor. A good tech would have fixed this by now.
 
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Wink

Make sure it turns the right way CW or CCW.
 
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thanks for the help guys it's all fixed now
 
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