Ok, got new auger motor today to replace bottom auger in my Englander 25-PDV, the auger went bad as stated in this thread: http://www.hearth.com/econtent/index.php/forums/viewthread/51954/ For a different motor I saw this info to reverse to CCW rotation but need to make sure on this Gleason Avery "Motor is reversible mechanically. Meaning you would remove the 4 screws that hold the motor to the gear box. 2 of the screws go through the bearing housing, you remove those and then reverse the shaft/rotor. Turn the motor coil around and reassemble." 1. The assembly has 2 screws on the magnetic part and two more holding the shaft piece, do I need to remove these 4 screws and then just position/turn this magnetic piece 180 degrees? 2. How easy is to remove the bottom auger, do I need to remove the top auger at all? 3. The label in the new A901 motor reads "Date 10.02.05". Does this mean the part was made over 4 years ago? EDIT: they told me this is international coding, the part was made just a couple days ago. 4. The new motor has the 2 lead cables coming out when the old one mounted has female terminals so you just easily connect the cables from the main board to it. ..