Austroflamm Integra Parts

iamkylene Posted By iamkylene, Dec 2, 2018 at 8:54 PM

  1. iamkylene

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    does anyone know where I can get parts for my 1992 Integra? There’s a few things that look like they need to be replaced. Thank you.
     
  2. Mark_ms

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    What exactly are you looking for?
     
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    I don’t know the exact name. I am looking for parts off of the convection motor instead of buying a new one.
     
  5. Ssyko

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    Only 3 parts on a convection blower
    Motor
    Fan/squirrel cage
    Blower housing
    If you know how to cross reference parts, elactric motor warehouse, granger is as good a place as any. If you don’t your better off getting a complete unit.
     
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    Just so we are on the same page the convection motor/fan blows the hot air into the room and the combustion motor is located in the back left of the unit and circulates exhaust gasses out.

    I do not believe you are going to find replacement parts for either although maybe just maybe you may find a fan propeller replacement for exhaust fan.

    Edit: both fans are probably the two most expensive parts to replace then a rebuilt circuit board comes in 3rd
     
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    The rubber mounted bushing for the convection blower is readily available.Most big parts suppliers have Integra parts,but,the main (and last?) parts importer is--https://www.offgridstovesandmore.com/
     
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    It is the convection blower which blows the hot air into the room.

    I’m having a problem with it staying running.

    Right now it runs for a few seconds then makes a humming noise while it stops. It keeps humming, just doesn’t move. But it spins freely when I spin it by hand.
     
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    Make a jumper harness(2 wires),you can cut the wires to the blower,and add connections,so you do not have to do it at the connection terminal board,there are many posts here describing how to do that.Then,wire it to the fan.Plug it in.The fan should/will run at full speed,let it run for a while,10 -30 minutes will not hurt it.If it preforms properly,then the problem is your control board,or you have wired something wrong,to the terminal panel.
     
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    I have already tried this. It ran for awhile. Now it doesn’t stay running, just hums.
     
  11. bob bare

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    Buy a new blower
     
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    ^^^ what Bob said. The old one has run its course and needs to be replaced
     
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    Okay. My landlord is being a pain about it. So, I told her it needs a new blower. I’ve looked online and cheapest name brand one I found was $267 I think. She says they are non name brand ones on eBay, universal I think, that she wants me to get. Has anyone heard of this or bought any of those?
     
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    yes/no/maybe.There is a comparable blower sold on one of the electric motor sites.Ebay?no,no crossover.If she wants her insurance to remain active,she needs you to install a valid part.I can provide a possible part number,for an aftermarket part,tomorrow,but,for insurance,you need a factory part.
     
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    Okay. I understand that. I will meantion it to her. If you could show me where a comparable motor is sold, I would appreciate that.
     
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    I got a message from my landlord this morning telling me to run the stove and use a large fan behind it. Is that okay todo? I’m worried about damage to the stove and potentially a fire hazard.
     
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    No that is just wrong on so many levels. If it overheats and it will! It could burn the house down. If your landlord doesn’t want to address the issue for what ever reason id be looking to relocate. Or spend your own money and fix it right and have them take it off your rent.
     
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    That’s what I figured.

    I’m going to try to fix it myself and take it off the rent. All of the sites I have found, say the fan is on back order though.
     
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