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Old 03-02-2008, 10:36 PM   #1
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Inducer motor; ID on Part: Carrier Part # HC21ZE123A - Cross reference help


I have a Bryant Plus 80 Gas Furnace; Model # 311AAV048110AAJA (installed 2002)

I need the Inducer motor; ID on Part: Carrier Part # HC21ZE123A
115 V, 60Hz, 1PL
1.7FLA 30MPH 3000RPM
T.P.L Class B CONT DUTY

(Jakel Inc J238-150-15215)

I was hearing a kind of a strange fan noise, I thought it was the blower fan again ( had it replaced in 2005). Two days later the heater shut down, and finally I figured out that it's the draft inducer motor. I pulled it out and gave power direct, it spins for a few seconds and then stops and starts growling. This is how I troubleshooted, am I correct?

How can I cross reference this motor, I called Grainger and gave all the above info and they could not id the motor.

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Old 03-03-2008, 06:36 AM   #2
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search this site for exact motor http://bestbuyheatingandairconditioning.com/index.htm put part # in search and then again into parts locator for motors on next page coming up.
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Sounds like the motor is at its end. If there is nothing binding the motor or fan assembly, it is probably a defective bearing.
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With the 115v, 1.7 full load amps, 3000 rpm, and knowing the direction of rotation and shaft size you could use almost any motor that meets these specs.

I don't know what the 30 MPH means.

Yeah, bearings are shot. In a pinch I guess you could have the motor rebuilt.
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With the 115v, 1.7 full load amps, 3000 rpm, and knowing the direction of rotation and shaft size you could use almost any motor that meets these specs.

I don't know what the 30 MPH means.

Yeah, bearings are shot. In a pinch I guess you could have the motor rebuilt.

that's the motor's speed limit of course
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MOT21ZE123 Carrier, Bryant, Payne OEM Factory Direct Replacement Inducer Motor. $149.96
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Ya better order the blower wheel that goes with it. They warp VERY EASILY and seize on. Had to saw one off the other day. And a tube of red RTV silicone to seal the housing.
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You might get a better price from these guys

http://www.google.com/search?client=...UTF-8&oe=UTF-8
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Hey all, and nice to meet ya.
had the exact same problem as mtom01, and this thread helped me out a lot, so thank you all.

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Hey all, and nice to meet ya.
had the exact same problem as mtom01, and this thread helped me out a lot, so thank you all.
Your welcome.

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The problem is not the motor. It is the cheap bearings on both ends of the shaft. I fixed mine by pulling them off with a gear/bearing puller. Then I greased them and reversed them on both ends of the shaft.

Worked like a charm.
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