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Old 05-05-2019, 02:27 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Help me find this electric motor

My 7 year old trailer home ac shit the bed and I need to replace this motor. It's a carrier brand ac but with no actual part numbers to be found I'm having a tough time. If I cant just track one down online I'll hit up the local electric motor repair shops in the morning.

Also is there a correct way to get the fan off of the shaft without breaking it?
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Do you have a RV place near you? That would probably be your best bet.
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Found it!

That was easy. You almost had me with the first pic, the motor was partially covered by that round thingy, but I found it.

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And are you sure the motor is toast and its not just a bad cap?
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Found it!

That was easy. You almost had me with the first pic, the motor was partially covered by that round thingy, but I found it.

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thanks, I knew I had seen it somewhere
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And are you sure the motor is toast and its not just a bad cap?
Yeah, about once or twice a year it's been siezing up and now it no longer spins smoothly. Its putting enough load on the circuit to trip the breaker after sounding horrible for about 30 seconeds
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Do you have a RV place near you? That would probably be your best bet.

30ish miles but I really dislike spending my money there. That's option 3 after pirate and motor repair place
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Show a closer pic of how the fan is attached.

I changed one last year on a camper overhead unit, fan pulled off, I think there was a flat on the shaft and a cotter pin, or a keyway and set screw.
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Brand, model and serial of the unit and I can likely have you a part number in the morning.
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Brand, model and serial of the unit and I can likely have you a part number in the morning.
I'll see what I can find but first glance didnt show much
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@rockbuggy84. Any help would be appreciated. All I can repeatedly turn up is the motor for the squirrel cage fan
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https://www.gmcmi.com/wp-content/upl...parts-list.pdf

Part number is 54-50103-00 and no available anywhere.

This thread suggests there's a unit from Grainger that's close enough to work, but no part number, of course:
Carrier AirV low profile upper unit - iRV2 Forums

Also this thread where they say you can just replace the bearings, which is most likely your problem. I'd start there.
https://www.openrangeowners.com/ORfo...?f=113&t=20397
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It always works out that I have the discontinued part that's nowhere to be found
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Does it have bushings or bearings? Maybe you can clean up the rotor/ stator and grease the bushings.
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Johnstone Supply can cross it over and get you a replacement.
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@Scooterloo owns an RV repair shop but doesn't get on here much. Also, I can't remember if he had to make a new login after the great password fiasco a few years ago.

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Just got off the phone with johnstone. They donít have a crossover and itís showing as completely discontinued. Gonna have to have it rebuilt.
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Just got off the phone with johnstone. They donít have a crossover and itís showing as completely discontinued. Gonna have to have it rebuilt.
Thanks for checking. That was one of the places I was going to swing by today.
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30ish miles but I really dislike spending my money there. That's option 3 after pirate and motor repair place
Lolz. Drives 90 miles to work right past RV row, but wonít make the stop?
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In my completely unrelated experience I had one seize in my travel trailer so I paid $100 for the new part and replaced it. Then about a year later the compressor shit the bed. So about $400 later I replaced the whole upper unit. It is super easy to replace the upper unit but costs a bit more than the motor.
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Just got off the phone with johnstone. They donít have a crossover and itís showing as completely discontinued. Gonna have to have it rebuilt.
If they donít have it youíre fooked. Usually at that point I try to match voltage, diameter, cfm with something off the shelf and build a bracket/plate/whatever to mount it. Good luck.
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Local motor shop rebuilt it for $116
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This thread suggests there's a unit from Grainger that's close enough to work, but no part number, of course:
Carrier AirV low profile upper unit - iRV2 Forums
Maybe?

https://www.grainger.com/product/DAYTON-1-10-HP-20HN95

I know you already got it repaired, but what is the diameter of the motor?
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Local motor shop rebuilt it for $116
Was going to suggest this if it hadn't been mentioned. Most times it's just bad bearings but a good rebuilder does bearings, rewind, commutator if needed and balance, often times cheaper than the cost to buy new.
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In the future, Granger in Clackamas OR is typically pretty good at finding miscellaneous motors. Kind of spendy but convenient.
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