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Old 10-16-2011, 11:13 PM   #1
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American Standard AUX120C960D2 Parts?


Hi, I am working on a American Standard Freedom 90 Model AUX120C960D2 (Year 2004). I want to to replace the blower motor (GE Motor # 5KCP39PGS751S) and a o-ring/seal on the exhaust blower. I cant find a online online parts manual or online supplier that shows the parts and the breakdown of the unit. Where can I find this? It's odd I can't find this.

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Trane/American Standard have very strict no internet sales policies.... Most likely you will not find parts online. Take the blower motor to a repair shop and they can get you a universal that can be used. There is not o-ring attached to the inducer. The gasket behind the inducer is high temp silicone. there is no seal on the outlet, just a hose clamp. If the leak is behind the inducer then you probably need what is called an inducer receptacle.

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Thanks. I kind of figured that.

The blower motor is a GE I was looking for a compareable replacment

Blower Motor5KCP39PGS751SHP 3/4V115 HZ 60 A 9.60RPM 1100/4SPDCAP 15.00/370V

If you know a way to cross reference online please let me know.

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This probably won't help.but a Trane TUX120c960 is the exact same furnace.So if you can find Trane furnace parts then there yiou go.
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Hi Yes your are right. I cantfind much details on the train furnace. But that is good to know. I am suprised that I cant find a GE cross reference .....
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You dont need a cross reference.... go to a motor repair shop and they will find you a motor that will replace yours.... or even a Grainger supply should be able to help you.
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All you need to know is the hp (3/4), the voltage (115) and the rpm (1100). GE doesn't matter.

For any replacement motor you will need the correct capacitor as well for that motor.

Out of stock, sorry, but here's one. http://www.perfectpaysupply.com/5194...speed-ccw.html
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you also need to know amp draw, rotation, frame......
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you also need to know amp draw, rotation, frame......
frame size, yes. I was just thinking that.

you know how many times we (or I do and everyone else in this city) put 1075 motors as replacements for 1100 rpm motors in condensers, can the same be done with blower motors without repercussion? We're only talking 25 rpm's.

What do you think, tech?
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that motor will not work due to the amp draw.......
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that motor will not work due to the amp draw.......
I knew that...
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too little amp draw?
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frame size, yes. I was just thinking that.

you know how many times we (or I do and everyone else in this city) put 1075 motors as replacements for 1100 rpm motors in condensers, can the same be done with blower motors without repercussion? We're only talking 25 rpm's.

What do you think, tech?
I do the same, but my boss he doesn't like it. I think these manufactures put those so aftermarket motors are harder to find.....
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