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Re: A/C Motor Dead: Where to get parts?

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  • dufus2020
    I also need a source of replacement brushes for my 2995 Force air conditioner motor. I removed it twice last weekend to resolve a bad brush connection . ...
    Message 1 of 3 , Aug 15, 2005
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      I also need a source of replacement brushes for my 2995 Force air
      conditioner motor. I removed it twice last weekend to resolve a "bad
      brush connection".

      --- In force_ev@yahoogroups.com, "gjc02000" <gjc0@a...> wrote:
      > Greetings all:
      >
      > With gas prices making the news, it is hard not to feel smug as I
      > drive pass the gas station each day.
      >
      > However the air conditioner motor died in my 1992 Solectria Force.
      > I found that of the four brushes, one has its wire braid burnt in
      > half and another is almost there. The local motor shops do not
      have
      > ready replacements.
      >
      > The motor is a BPM1, (big permanent magnet?), 150 volt, 1 HP
      > I plan to open it up, clean it, turn the commutator, and check the
      > windings and bearings.
      >
      > Questions:
      >
      > 1) Where can I get replacement parts?
      > 2) Any special precautions I should know when I open up the motor?
      >
      > Thank you,
      > Gary Carlson
      > 1992 Solectria Force
      > Boise, Idaho
    • dufus2020
      I also need a source of replacement brushes for my 2995 Force air conditioner motor. I removed it twice last weekend to resolve a bad brush connection . ...
      Message 2 of 3 , Aug 15, 2005
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        I also need a source of replacement brushes for my 2995 Force air
        conditioner motor. I removed it twice last weekend to resolve a "bad
        brush connection".

        --- In force_ev@yahoogroups.com, "gjc02000" <gjc0@a...> wrote:
        > Greetings all:
        >
        > With gas prices making the news, it is hard not to feel smug as I
        > drive pass the gas station each day.
        >
        > However the air conditioner motor died in my 1992 Solectria Force.
        > I found that of the four brushes, one has its wire braid burnt in
        > half and another is almost there. The local motor shops do not
        have
        > ready replacements.
        >
        > The motor is a BPM1, (big permanent magnet?), 150 volt, 1 HP
        > I plan to open it up, clean it, turn the commutator, and check the
        > windings and bearings.
        >
        > Questions:
        >
        > 1) Where can I get replacement parts?
        > 2) Any special precautions I should know when I open up the motor?
        >
        > Thank you,
        > Gary Carlson
        > 1992 Solectria Force
        > Boise, Idaho
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