We are having our 7-year-old Bryant blower motor replaced, but when then HVAC technician took out the old one, he says it has permanent mounting brackets, so he can't use the replacement blower motor he ordered because it doesn't come with any mounting brackets...he says Bryant no longer sells a blower motor with permanent mounting brackets.
He is currently downtown "looking for something that might work".
I'm concerned and want to make sure that he didn't just order the wrong blower motor and is now trying to just rig something together.
Any tips on how to proceed...we're on our 2nd HVAC company and going on our 7th day of 90 degree indoor temperature with no AC and are getting desperate to fix this issue quickly.
they have universal brackets to hold the new motor then mount the bracket to the fan section...he ordered the wrong motor and or should of sped'd a universal mounting bracket...Bryant doesn't make the motor GE,AO SMITH and such.they have to keep up with motor mountings for their brand they supply or they lose the business... check here http://www.bestbuyheatingandaircondi...ode=m-brackets
Bryant is bad about not making (or having some supplier make for them however you want to look at it) replacement parts for units which are extremly old (certianly not 7 years). But as stated there are lots of brakets avalible which mount to aftermarket motor for replacing these type of motors. What is the furnace model and serial #?