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Old December 11th, 2012, 07:55 PM   #1
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I have a southern air furnace assist wood burner. I have been trying to find a replacement rear blower fan/motor with no luck. Would anyone of you guys have any ideas or suggestions?
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Old December 12th, 2012, 03:56 AM   #2
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Why you need motor? Why donít you replace it?
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Is this a add on wood furnace that connects to the houses duct work? if so i replaced mine last year. I bought the motor and bracket from granger. Works great.
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Grainger is EXPENSIVE!
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Grainger, MSC or mcmaster carr should all have replacement blower assemblies. There is a possibility that you may "luck out" with a good ole boy hvac shop. They sometimes save some odd stuff for emergencies.
BTW there is no such thing as a cheap squirrel cage fan LOL
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wonder if you could use a inline centrifugal fan? Maybe put in the fan a few feet away from the furance itself and run a bit of ductwork and a speed controller?
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