|Name||1-Speed 1/3 HP Evaporative Cooler Motor||2-Speed 1/3 HP Evaporative Cooler Motor||1-Speed 1/2 HP Evaporative Cooler Motor||2-Speed 1/3 HP Evaporative Cooler Motor Kit|
|Horsepower (hp)||.333 hp||.333 hp||.5 hp||.333 hp|
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No it does not. Only the 1 hp motors require the start capacitor.
3-1/2 x 1/2
The 1/3hp 2-speed motor is part number 2202, also found on Homedepot.com.
Dial part number 7545, also found on homedepot.com is the compatible motor cord.
You will need to call an HVAC professional.
that motor has sealed bearings the bearings u can rotate are on fan shaft use light no detergent oil a cap covers hole lubricate any leather rings on shaft too and do it twice a year if you want to keep your cooler running forever. those motors work perfectly till oil inside sealed bearing dries out then u need a new motor i go back to old days when u could lubricate all bearing. sealed bearings are in favor of the manufacturer to sell u new motor every five years. by the time they dry out the stress wil cause wiring to overheat and so its not really poss to open bearing and oil them unless your me, and i do that cause i hate tings u cant fix.
Dial motors are too large for this unit. You will need to contact Champion @ 800-643-8341.
We recommend at least a 20 amp breaker because the start-up amperage is higher than the posted running amperage.
not required on this motor
Yes, there are two set screws on the shaft, only loosen the inner one when you take the pulley off the old motor. You need to check pulley alignment and maybe need to slide the pulley in or out on the shaft of the new motor. You will need to re-tighten the set screw real tight for it to stay. The power cord is super easy to replace, less than an hour.