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Old 10-25-2011, 12:15 PM   #1
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Replacing a Payne inducer motor


I have a Payne Furnace, Model #480BAV024045 AFJA and the inducer motor has frozen up and needs to be replaced. The HVAC repairman wanted $1,360 to replace the inducer assembly, or $750 to just replace the motor, but I he said other things may be wrong which could increase the costs. I'm looking for other less expensive options.

I can buy a new 75 BTU Ruud furnace for $705 (Delivered) and install it (I've done it twice before), but I'd like to try just replacing the inducer motor first.

Where can I get a part # and find an inexpensive source?

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Old 10-25-2011, 05:28 PM   #2
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try looking here under motors...was that guy pointing a gun at you when he quoted that...he di a nice job of pricing himself right out of one...good luck.you notice on the site they sell the entire fan motor assemblies or just motor...just in case a removal something strips out or can't break loose... get the motor info the unit model is just that...the parts are other people supplying them fasco,honeywel,etc http://www.bestbuyheatingandairconditioning.com/

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I sure hope you told him to hit the road! If you replaced 2 furnaces you should have no problem with the morter replacement
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I can't believe some of the stuff Iam reading on this site....you should be able to get inducer for under 200.00 and no more than 1.5 hrs labor ...try going to web site and type in your model # you have nothing to loose....and everything to gain..and yes if you have installed a complete furnace this is a snap....don't know where you live wwgrainger has tons of replacments parts???????
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Find the right one here:
http://www.fasco.com/documents/pgs068-095.pdf

http://www.fasco.com/documents/pgs051-059.pdf

Then order someplace like here
http://www.cshincorporated.com

Not that difficult for a handy DIYer.

Good Luck

I think Payne, Carrier and Bryant are all Carrier brands.

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