Is the fan motor for the condenser on my old clunker fridge. I went to grainger for a replacement and what they were finding all listed a different mounting bracket system.
Then out of curiosity, He said, Let me grab one and look at it.
Turned out to be exactly what I needed and simply had a universal type mounting with more options.
So I said I will take it.
I get it home and fan blade installed and ready to hook it up, install it.
I notice that it is 115v 50/60 HZ 0.42 amp 6 watt
While the old one is 115v 50/60 HZ 0.25 amp 1.5 watt
We were just grabbing one to look at and I know they do have a 2 watt model, will really mean waiting until tomorrow to return it and will just be a pia.
What can I expect the difference to be with higher amp and watts?
Can I just use the one I have?
Thanks, I really felt it would be ok, Just wanted to hear it from someone else.
I do know they have something closer to watts and amps.
I already had to take off from work early today to remove it and pick up the new motor.
Would mean taking more time off tomorrow to exchange it.
I called grainger and they said was not a electrician, but thought with higher amps it may use a little more electricity.