Model 48DKD064--A series 600SM
I have a set of inlet guide vanes that have a series of white plastic bushings (11 per side) on the outer ring of the assembly that hold the armature which turn the vanes. They are at the end of the blades that poke through the outer ring.
These bushings are worn out and causing these vanes to flop around and are not able to control the vanes in a steady way causing air surging.
I have tried my local carrier parts and they have not been of any help. Does anyone know of any way to purchase these or even use some other material to get the extreme slack and play out of these.
I know the easiest thing is to put a drive on it and remove them but that is very costly and the customer didnt seem very responsive to that idea.
Any help would be appreciated