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    INDUCER MOTOR ROBBERY!

    Anyone have a supplier of aftermarket Inducer motors at a reasonable price ? One for this unit.., inducer motor part no.= 324906-762. Bryant furnace model # 355aav060100fasa is price over $$ !
    Last edited by beenthere; 01-07-2013 at 05:58 PM. Reason: price

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    For that price might as well replace the furnace then.

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    that sounds about right for that inducer.
    I have my own little world. But it's OK...they know me here.

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    Is it on your own furnace? Or what is the problem?

    I would just have the customer pay for it.

    Don't buy that Carrier/Bryant junk next time.

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    Prices are not allowed in the open forums.
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    How many times must one fix something before it is fixed?

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    some of the 355i furnaces had a 10 year parts warranty.
    I have my own little world. But it's OK...they know me here.

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    Changed out inducer,not a easy one. Came up with a trick,may help others. Condensation box trap is in the way to reinstall ind. Trap is located in "shelf" between cabinet doors. Rather than trying to remove trap" and break" take screws out of side of cabinet,push shelf down and out of way,:lock with vise grips" great time saver!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cosmicmuffin View Post
    Changed out inducer,not a easy one. Came up with a trick,may help others. Condensation box trap is in the way to reinstall ind. Trap is located in "shelf" between cabinet doors. Rather than trying to remove trap" and break" take screws out of side of cabinet,push shelf down and out of way,:lock with vise grips" great time saver!
    Or just pull the hoses off and pinch the tabs so it slides out. That way you don't bend things.
    That's an ECM inducer, I don't imagine anyone else is making that inducer motor. But it should have a 10 year warranty.
    Just wait til you see the cost of the board for that baby!

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