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SSPEELMA 07-28-2012 04:13 PM

Trane XE 1000
 
Today Inoticed warm air blowing, so i looked a the outside airconditioner and noticed the fam would run a minute or 2 and then stop. Took it apart cleaned the coils with sray cleaner from lowes and oiled the fan. Looked at the capacitor and it looks good no buldge, put it back together and tried it again and again it stopped. Is it just a bad fan motor?

hvactech126 07-28-2012 04:37 PM

most likely it is a failing motor.

REP 07-28-2012 05:06 PM

Its most likely the motor,but I have had bad caps right out of the box.Also take a quick look at the contactor to make sure you don't have a crispy contact on that.

sspeelman 07-28-2012 05:39 PM

Replacement Parts
 
Can I replace with this motor? Looks to be the same specs.



DAYTON Fan Motor, PSC, 1/4 HP, 1075, 208-230v, 48YZ

hvactech126 07-28-2012 05:43 PM

dont know, what is the model number of your a/c?

sspeelman 07-28-2012 05:47 PM

Trane XE 1000 Emerson D151447P01 - I saw another post where someone else replaced theirs with this motor. Just wanted to make sure that it was kosher.

hvactech126 07-28-2012 05:55 PM

WHAT IS THE MODEL OF YOUR A/C?................. Not the model of the motor.

sspeelman 07-28-2012 06:03 PM

Inside unit say trane XE 90 out side XE 1000 - How else would i tell?

hvactech126 07-28-2012 06:11 PM

there is a plate on the unit outside with the model number and serial number..... and other important info.....I only need the model number

sspeelman 07-28-2012 06:17 PM

OK, found it ans some paperwork inside the electric panel - TTR060D100A0

sspeelman 07-28-2012 07:36 PM

Grainger motor AO Smith
 
What abot an AO Smith? Will I need to change capacitor?









Motor Type










Permanent Split Capacitor
EnclosureTotally Enclosed Air-OverHP1/4Number of Speeds1Nameplate RPM1075NEMA/IEC Frame48YVoltage208-230Hz60Phase1Full Load Amps1.2-1.3MountingStudThermal ProtectionAutoInsulation ClassBService Factor1.0BearingsSleeveAmbient (C)60RotationCW/CCWLength Less Shaft (In.)5-3/16Shaft Dia. (In.)1/2Shaft Length (In.)5-5/8Body Dia. (In.)5-5/8Stud Quantity4Stud Pattern (In.)3 5/8 x 3 5/8Stud Size (In.)8-32 x 7/8, 8-32 x 9/16Shaft OrientationUp/DownLead Length (In.)37DutyContinuous Air-OverCapacitor Required2MDV4RPM Range1000-1380StandardsUL Recognized (E46412/E44549), CSA Certified (LR43341/LR4642)Mfr. Stock No.FSE1026SV1

hvactech126 07-28-2012 11:22 PM

You need a MOT08914
1/4 HP, 200-230/60/1, 825 RPM, CCW, 48 FRAME, FLA 1.9, LRA 3.65, TYPE PSC, SLEEVE, 7.5 MFD CPT @ 370V. THIS MOTOR IS AN EMERSON MTR

scottmcd9999 07-29-2012 05:35 AM

In regard to the two motors you indicated: You should NOT use either of those motors to replace the one in your system. Those are 1075 RPM motors and they will not work correctly in your system. If you're not sure which motor you should be using, then the best thing you can do is call a contractor to replace it for you, or purchase one through a Trane distributor if they'll sell you one.


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