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May be hard to locate parts for this by the model number due to age.
The easiest thing to do is to remove the blower assembly an disassemble. At that point, measure the diameter of the wheel as well as the width and rotation.You can determine rotation by turning by hand to see which way the blades would scoop up air. As for the motor we can use a universal motor, by getting the nomenclature (volts, hp, amp draw, ec)from motor once it is removed.
I will be happy to guide you and help you find wheel and motor.
Video below will give you an idea as to how to dissasemble. Also note it is highly possible there will be a label on the old wheel that will help us locate replacement number.
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