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  1. #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by ls3c6 View Post
    I'm paying ~$100/mo to heat on natural gas and about $7 of electricity on the coldest month, i'd get a return on a new unit about never
    Say what?

  2. #15
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    Quote Originally Posted by garya505 View Post
    Say what?
    The blower motor consumes $7 of electricity, my winter electricity costs are $40-45 total and $30-35 in the summer.

    ...and you're right, I didn't think ECM motor relpacements would be "hundreds of dollars"

  3. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by ls3c6 View Post
    The blower motor consumes $7 of electricity, my winter electricity costs are $40-45 total and $30-35 in the summer.

    ...and you're right, I didn't think ECM motor relpacements would be "hundreds of dollars"
    So you must have done a little checking around to find out how much that motor is going to run you. Now you know where I was coming from.

  4. #17
    The current ECM's on the market have come down in price and should set you back about $ 400.00 plus install

  5. #18
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    Being a2011thread I would think is already repaired

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