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Model D1036

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1/3 HP Blower Motor

$108.32 /box

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AO Smith 1/3 HP 208-230 Volt 1PH direct drive three speed Indoor blower motor replaces many furnace and fan coil motors. This blower motor has versatile mounting for direct drive applications and has reversible rotation. Requires a 5MFD 370 Volt Capacitor (not included).

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where can I look at instalation instructions? And what are the mounting bolt pattern deminsions?

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I see more wires then my original, I figure it has to do with being reversable, so I would like to look at the instructions. Plus I would like to know the bolt pattern so I would know if it would mount. don/t know if I will get an e-mail or not web site keeps changing my e-mail to all caps
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June 30, 2016
Answer: 
Howdy flatheadvff,
I found the manual you were seeking can be found at:
http://www.centuryelectricmotor.com/mwg-internal/de5fs23hu73ds/progress?id=3frhnI6oup9aNy0KqgNRjbjuV4GOEotn8ix2VltUdnE,
Happy Motoring,
Coach Dave
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How many speeds is it?

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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Perfect fit at a fraction of the cost. I like to think that I am a pretty good maintenance person. I diagnosed a problem with my furnace blower motor but there was some other parts that I was unsure about. My furnace is 30+ years old and still works great. Anyway the service tech pointed out that the parts in question were extra parts that done nothing but make noise. So he continued on to tell me that the replacement would run $350-$400. I told him that was too much and I would take care of it. I ordered the motor and capacitor from HD for less than $80. what a savings! June 21, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Bad motor Will be removing this motor from my furnace as it has failed already. January 5, 2016
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