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  1. #1
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    Help with getting GE motor specs...

    My 30 year old plus furnace/ac blower motor died. After finally getting the motor out, I have some part/spec info but not enough to help get an exact match for a replacement motor. I have a model number but apperently the motor is so old, GE or no one else could help me. Ive searched all over. I thought the model number could be broken down to pretty much figure out the specs, but I havent found any info on that either.

    Here is what I do have:
    Manufacturer: GE
    Model #: 5KSP29HK1226ES
    HP: 1/8
    RPM: 1050 RPM
    Shaft Diameter: aprx 1/2 inch
    Motor Diam: 5 inches
    Voltage: 120VAC
    Enclosure: Open over Air

    I cant find a NEMA number, it's probably just unreadable.

    I need a replacement but not sure what I can get. I dont want to screw anything up by getting the wrong one. I dont think this has a capacitor but not sure exactly how to tell if there is on inside because there's definitely not one on the outside. Any help or guidance would be appreciated. Thank you

  2. #2
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    We can't help DIY. We can directly to your favorite business pages.

    Thread closed.
    Perhaps you should have read the instructions before calling.

  3. #3
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    30 years!!

    You're burning any money you sink into that pos
    Work sucks, lets go skydive

  4. #4
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    What are the forms for then? Ive seen others asking questions and theyve been answered.
    The yellow pages arent helping me getting a part number or aiding in deciphering the model number or anything else on how to figure out what replacement motor I need.

  5. #5
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    The forums are not to provide you with assistance in finding a DIY part.

    Now, it's closed. Darn internet connection.
    Perhaps you should have read the instructions before calling.

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