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Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by MCPO, Jul 22, 2008.

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  1. MCPO

    MCPO Minister of Fire

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    .........next time your blower (distribution) motor goes bad.
    No need to spend the $125-$250 for the OEM blower motor that your dealer might charge.
    An example would be my Harman blower fan motor replacement Dayton (Broan #99800464) is generic (as I suspected) and readily available from more than one vendor on the net. Cost is $38.50 + $7-$8 shipping.
    A good idea is to look closely at yours, record the nomenclature and search for a replacement part on the net and at minimum save the info for future reference.
    At that price I figure it probably warrants having a spare on hand.
    John

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  2. Wet1

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    Good info on a replacement blower John... And since I have the same stove, I guess I don't even have to look to see what I actually have! :)
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    Is that the same motor that will fit my Harman P68?
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    Chances are that it very well could be but I`d suggest you check your stove .
    All you need to do on a Harman PP38+ is remove the lower right cover. (looking at the stove from the front) Not sure about other models.
    John
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