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    sherwood3850 Guest
    Best place to find an old part

    I was hoping someone could suggest a place where a could find a squirrel cage for a bryant air handler model number fb4anf030. The unit is about 12 years old. The old one is rusted out and needs to be replaced. I am trying to avoid having to replace the entire airhandler. Thanks

    Patrick

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    Junkyard forum,or local Bryant dealer.
    If everything was always done "by the book"....the book would never change.

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    He won't be responding...

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    Perhaps you should have read the instructions before calling.

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    hey smokin. notice this guy hasnt even registerd...
    sherwood3850
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    what's up with that?

    (must have been some changes here. I had to log in)

    sherwood, keep looking you will find something at a "parts store"

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    sherwood3850 Guest

    thanks

    Thanks for the suggestions.

    I was able to find a parts dealer on the internet. I just hope they are reputable.

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    Or actually do the right thing and have a pro come out and replace it and look over your entire system for you. If the squirrel cage is rusted out I'm sure you have other issues.

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    sherwood3850 Guest
    I did have a pro come out who opened the air handler and removed the old squirrel cage. He quoted me one price for a replacement and then came back with the wrong part. He then informed me that the correct part was no longer available and that I needed a whole new system. So the cost of my repair/replacement would have increased by 15x's if I didn't do some research to see if the part was available. While the pro did not have much incentive to check with more than one vendor, I did.

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    Buy a new blower then. WHy do you want a used one? Tightass.

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    You got rust?

    Howabout the rest of the unit?

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    In the pro forum....





    Sorry, You said "Part".
    Nevermind

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