Blower motor on garn 2000 failed to start when the timer was set. A little looking showed that the starting cap was bad. After replacing the cap motor ran ok for a couple of minutes then blew the cap again. Further looking showed that a small plastic part in the starting switch had melted and not removed the cap after the motor was up to speed. A little epoxy fixed the part so it worked and a manual switch added to throw after the centrifugal switch actuates has kept the garn running for hot water in three buildings. Now looking for a stand by motor, one that is less expensive that the one from the Garn store. Has anyone found a replacement motor that has as good specks as the one from the garn store?