Harman P61 Distribution Blower

mik_kane Posted By mik_kane, Oct 29, 2013 at 2:33 PM

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    Hi,

    My Harman P61 distribution blower is starting to sound a little rough when is starts up. I have read that Grainger sells the same motor for less money. Does anyone know the exact motor I will need to order from Grainger (just in case I have to order one)? Thanks
     
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    Is there a replacement with more CFM. I could use more umph for the garage Harman. Thanks
     
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    Same item #2C647 and price. Its even the same manufacture as what I have in the stoves now.
     
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    WOW! Cheap!
     
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    I'll say, looked at some parts sites for pellet stoves and they wanted $190 for the same motor.

    Are there other motors for a Harman that can be bought cheaper than buying on the pellet parts sites?
     
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    The auger and combustion motors are made by Gleason-Avery. Check out one of the stickies up top. I think the "links" thread has ALL the info you'll need for your detective work.
     
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    Thanks for the info


    Harman parts pg3 40.JPG
     
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    Yes,,its nice that Harman uses Off the shelf parts instead of custom.
     
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    Keeps most of the parts double digit instead of triple digit. Higher front end cost being off set by lower maintenance and replacement parts.
     
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    i am having a hard time finding the gleason avery combustion motor listed above on the GA site. Anyone have a direct link or revised GA part number... I have a P61A.
     
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