Yes it does seem that the original motor was replaced..this one never worked correctly and finally died. Do you have the replacement model number?
This unit had AC added but I'm assuming that the 1/8 2speed is sufficient
I could probably use the 1/3 since AC was added and it is a psc motor with it's own mount and capacitor.
I don't know if I can use this motor. what is in there isn't band mounted. it's mounted on an external bracket that attaches to the back of the motor
I got the blower motor out.. it is an old Westinghouse with it's own mounting bracket rivetted to it. The bracket goes completely around the motor and attaches at the hubs or ends of the motor and then on the housing. If I have I to can drill out the rivets or find a motor with the same type of mounting bracket. I can send a jpeg if that will help.This is a 4 speed that was only running on 1 winding and was still far too fast. it always sounded like the thing was going to take off.it burned out instead...
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yes-exactly except that the bracket was built around the motor it is not actually part of the frame..but your pic is the closest I've seen as soon as I get my camera charged I'll send you a pic of my mounting frame
Is there a way i can use my email (Yahoo!) to send you a jpg attachment I can't figure out how to use your add\edit image function.
Here is thehttp://www.mediafire.com/?7cm6mzkyd6qwfci mediafire link I ran out of time 81 degrees inside and got a blower motor in town at an appliance parts place. My mounting bracket has to have a certain type of hub on the motor..so I drilled out the rivets and changed the hubs from the old motor to the new one and i will have to see if it will work. it is a 1/3 HP blower motor by Wagner motors of Georgia.