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"help" american eagle blower-dead

Post in 'The Hearth Room - Wood Stoves and Fireplaces' started by literblu, Jan 1, 2007.

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  1. literblu

    literblu Member

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    Looking for advice/help; Got an old "ish" eagle woodstove {model T-150?} from a friend. Working great til blower started "clunking". Looking to replace or mend. Thinking of using stove top fan? HELP. So ok, i'm a novice- first chainsaw, first maul, etc. :question: :kiss: Thanks for help so far; got the blower off- -wiring old; sets of numbers on : Dayton shaded pole No. 7163-3741 115 volt 1/70hp happy new year........Found the part. What kind of wire??? It runs from the blower across back of stove to little ?? sensor ?? box and plugs in; then out of box to power cord ............the only thing i've wired is a dimmer switch.....tyvm

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  2. kevinmoelk

    kevinmoelk New Member

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    Hi literblu. Welcome aboard.

    Can't help you with removal, other than to say where there is a will there is a way. Do you have any pictures?

    Grainger has lots of blowers. There are other suppliers too. Maybe E-bay. I'm sure if you can't cross reference the blower or stove, something could be made to work.

    -Kevin
  3. stoveguy2esw

    stoveguy2esw Minister of Fire

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    is there a sticker on the blower motor , if so , look for 2 sets of 4 digits , or a model number , you may be able to cross ref. that number set on grainger

    also , if you can post a pic of the blower in question , i might be able to help
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