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    Where to buy blow motor for heat pump

    Hi all, newbie here.

    Got a diagnostic saying the heat pump motor is broken.

    The brand is comfortmaker and model number yj018g1.

    I am wondering where can the motor be purchased, maybe online?

    Thanks!

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    This would be better done by a professional. Call a service company to do the work.

    No DIY advise is allowed on this site.
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    Quote Originally Posted by m kilgore View Post
    This would be better done by a professional. Call a service company to do the work.

    No DIY advise is allowed on this site.
    Thanks for the reply, I definitely am not going to do it myself.

    I have a professional coming in, but I need to get the motor myself.

    Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluesky608 View Post
    Thanks for the reply, I definitely am not going to do it myself.

    I have a professional coming in, but I need to get the motor myself.

    Thank you.
    I don't think I'd trust a "professional" that can't source the required parts. Somethings fishy...................

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    If the guy coming in doesn't have the ability to provide the motor, thats a red flag.

    Not sure I have ever seen a code that said a motor is bad.
    Sounds like DIY diagnastics.
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    did you try walmart?



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    Another DIYer has lost faith in us.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluesky608 View Post
    Thanks for the reply, I definitely am not going to do it myself.

    I have a professional coming in, but I need to get the motor myself.

    Thank you.
    You should not really bring your own eggs to a resturant. This is not a DIY site.

    Call a professional, the results will be much better!

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