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Fun with furnace blowers

Discussion in 'Non-audio related DIY' started by Scifi, Apr 18, 2017.

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    I finally got it apart. The motor went bad and I found out I needed a hub puller which you can see in the picture attached (silver and brass colored cylinder). It worked all winter until the motor kept stalling. The original blower is in the furnace now. I had to fix that a couple times, too. DIY saves money. The blower in the picture needs a new motor.
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    Removing the Hub from a Blower Wheel Using a Hub Puller
     

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