I have an Enviro Empress that's 6-1/2 years old, and it's going on its fourth convection motor. Yep, fourth. The first was replaced under warranty, the second about a year and a half later, the third, two years ago. Looks like they seem to last about two to two and a half years. This stove isn't abused; it burns about a ton, maybe a little more, a year, and is thoroughly cleaned and all appropriate points properly lubricated every year, with the proper oils. When I pull the convection motors, the bearings are quiet, and run quietly when spun. (Believe me, that's the first thing I check!) So the problem is an electrical one: What happens with the convection motors is one of the windings quits, and the motor will sit and hum and not start. You can go over to the stove and cycle the (very limited) control all the way through 5, and about the time it gets to 5, the control board will give the motor enough voltage to get it to start and then the motor will run reliably (and quietly) until shutdown. I'm going to pull the stove this summer and give it a good going-through, at which time I'll replace that blower motor <sigh> again. So I'm ready to do a little re-engineering on the stove. Does anyone have a good idea as to a good replacement part number for that Fasco blower motor - that won't fail in two years? I mean, really... $200 every couple years...? Thanks...!