Squire Wood Stove Insert

halfpint Posted By halfpint, Apr 20, 2018 at 2:03 PM

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    Hi I have a squire wood stove insert and in front of it slides in a a rectangle case that houses the motor and fan and it's 2 speed, I cannot find a replacement motor for this, can anyone please tell me what my next option is?
    This motor was a fasco 115v 60 hz type 63B1 7163-5246 and 7163-5568 was both on the motor. This bolts on to the cage. Everyone that has been cross referenced over has too long of a shaft, the shaft on mine is maybe 1/4", Any advise would be greatfull Thanks
     
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    No i'm sorry but they don't, I have called them and regal Beloit, Fasco, Electric Motor Warehouse. Am I allowed to post pictures of it in here?
     
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    Top plate is 13 7/8 x 10, exposed shaft is 1/4, cross top of motor is 3 1/2 x 1 7/8 tall, 2" bolts x 4, cage with hole is 10 x 10, full cage that slide under stove is 14 3/4 x 11 1/2, motor dimension around is 10 1/2, hope this all helps, we so need this. Under the stove is the opening that has metal glides that this entire housing slides on too, The shaft that holds the fan has one flat side on it. If I left anything out, please let me know. I will also upload pic of stove.
     

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    This is the Stove Squire wood stove insert, also the motor bolts to the bottom of the cage
     

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    This motor printing
     

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    Are you sure your shaft is 1/4" long? It looks more like 1/2" Fasco lists the D534 as the replacement, but the shaft is a little longer (1"). Would it still work? Could the shaft be cut down if too long?
     
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    Very possibly it could be 1/2, and yes I think it can be machined down, that is the closest thing so far. One of the other places also mentioned that to me but I was only thinking that the shaft was still to long. We may very well try that one. Thank you for your help. Will let you know if it works,
     
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    bring the motor to a electric motor guy he'll get you the exact fit of something that you will be able to use in place. and i wouldn't be surprised if it were cheaper. where are you located?
     
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    I found one on ebay that might work that wasn't to expensive brand new 30.00. If it is a little long we can have it shortened i believe. We live in Owensville, Indiiana, and checking with places around no one had an answer.
     
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    Well I got that motor and ours is 1/2 inch, but the motor is too tall. Our is 1 7/8 tall, and the one you mentioned to me is 2 1/2 tall, The shaft we could have worked on but we can't on the height. Any more suggestions? I'm gonna try to send this one back. His shaft on the motor he sent me is 1 inch.
     
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    Talked to Grainger, and they only have 2 3/16 heights and they are only single speed. And McMaster-car has nothing, but ty for links
     
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    try Emerson electric. attached is a motor from an old range vent hood, looks similar.

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    Have you asked a electric motor shop about rebuilding the motor?
     
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    No it is a sealed motor.
     
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    Someone put it together, it can be taken apart. If it were my motor that's what I'd be doing or I'd be looking at redesigning to accommodate what is available in current stock.
     
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    most guys won't touch a small motor like that it would cost way to much to rebuild. if your in a motor shop they will find you a replacement.

    my exp with bath fans and electric heater fans
     
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