Replace a furnace blower motor
THAT SOUNDS LIKE ALOT FOR THE MOTOR. iS THAT MAYBE INSTALLATION AND ALL OR JUST THE MOTOR? I am not picturing THAT exact setup, but it sounds like alot of newer residential ones. It really isn't rocket science to replace. definetly make sure the power is off, be very carefull with the circuit board, and make sure you swap wire for wire. it is prety self explanitory too to get the housing out. then look for allens to loosen (set screws) that tighten to the shaft.depending on the unit, and if so, you should see a cut out in the sqirrel cage, you may need a LONG allen. then SLIDE out the motor, if it does not come out easily. AND. you made sure no set screws etc still holding it on the shaft!. try some sand cloth on the shaft, oil, etc.. if ya must pound, DO NOT pound on the end to mushroom the shaft end. It really isn't bad. personally, though, if they just put another capacitor on there maybe a higher one even, it may last QUITE some time...