Ordering parts from grainger

stoaf88 Posted By stoaf88, Nov 14, 2012 at 12:57 PM

  1. stoaf88

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    I am trying to get replacement parts for my Harman P61 in case of breakdown in the winter.

    I don't want to have to use oil even for 1 day so I want to have parts ready.

    Does anyone know the part numbers for a combustion motor and convection blower that will work in a P61 from grainger?

    Also if anyone knows where to get a Harman control board older one no dip switches for a P61?

    The onlt one I could find was like $250 no way I want to pay that much.
     
  2. will711

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    I would get in touch with Eric from Kinsman stove or Scott Williams both are members here and know their stuff! They will guide you.
     
  3. stoaf88

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    Im sure someone will know
     
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    The motors usually have tags/labels on them. If you post the numbers I should be able to help. Sometimes a picture is very helpful as well.
     
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    I picked up a Harman replacement motor from the dealer here, about the same price and put some money in the small guys pocket. It appeared to be an upgraded version with bearings and get the impeller also it is not going to come off in one piece, gasket too, might pay to pick up the mounting plate to be safe. on the control board I was told you can use a new and set all the dip switches to?????do not remember someone on here will I am sure.
     
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    Anyone know anything about the older control board with no dip switches?

    Will the newer style board work with my black wire ESP?
     
  10. bill3rail

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    I was starting to compare England's parts with Grainger parts to see what is available locally in case of a breakdown.

    I'm surprised someone here has not posted a list of OEM P/N's with a crossover to Grainger or MSC P/N's.

    I will post my list when I get going on it. I think the main thing is not wanting to disassemble the stove to compare the parts yet.

    Bill
     
  11. stoaf88

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    I ended up scoring on ebay today.

    I got the door trim kit and ash door plate in brushed alumimum

    I got a new convection dayton motor

    I got a new black wire esp probe

    And i got a new 4 rpm clockwise auger motor

    I got everything for $280 shipped

    Now i got the guy searching his inventory for a ombustion blower and a control board

    The guy got a bunch of stove shop stuff at an aucyion for next to nothing
     
  12. bill3rail

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    Sellers name to share with us, or are you keeping it a secret?

    Bill
     
  13. stoaf88

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    The seller is hottoys22

    Send him a message to search his inventory

    He has more than is listed and is flexable on price to a point
     

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