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Old 10-30-2010, 05:36 PM   #1
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our a/c motor to aire-flo 12B42 blew last night. I know its owned by Lennox, should I use the Lennox name to look for parts?

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Try Cozyparts.com

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If you have a local motor shop in the area. Thay should be able to match you up.
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thanks for replies so quick- I (wife) have been online trying to find a place to get a new motor using the model name/number and havn't had luck. I'm going to stop looking for the exact part number, and look for replacement match. thanks to all of you
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Phone Cozys, they can access it from Lennox.
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Phone Cozys, they can access it from Lennox.
Lennox charges too much for their parts.

Match the RPM, amp draw, frame size and voltage off the old part and yiu will be able to find a motor replacement licitty split!

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