Replacing combustion blower

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  1. woody2375

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    Combustion blower on a Breckwell p23, 1998 model, is making an obnoxious whining noise. Cleaned and oiled it with no improvement. Any suggestions on where to order a new one and are there any gaskets or seals that need to be replaced at the same time.
     

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    we normally have them and the gasket comes with it.
    Breckwell has been dragging there feet our our orders from them so we are out of stock for about a week.


    The new blower is nice because you can remove just the motor and fan blades out of the housing to clean with out having to remove the whole housing.
    http://www.hearthtools.com/parts/A-E-027.jpg
     
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    Thanks for the response. Could you quote me a price with shipping to zip code 21776?
     
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    Go to the website http://www.hearthtools.com/parts/breckwell_parts.htm
    click on the items you want
    Put in your zip code
    and click recalculate
     
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