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    induction motor for a goldman furnace

    Can anybody tell me what is the type of an induction motor that my furnace uses? The furnace model is gks90703bxa. i have found the service manual and it indicates a 1/3 hp blower, but trying to find the actual model number is very difficult.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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    Never heard of Goldman.

    What is the serial number. If furnace is less than 5 years old it might have parts warranty left.

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    goodman sorry, serial is 0608760983

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    Did you call the installing contractor? They should have the motor or will be able to get one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chuckcrj View Post
    Did you call the installing contractor? They should have the motor or will be able to get one.
    yes, they came by tonight, but could not quote since their supply house was closed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by keano016 View Post
    goodman sorry, serial is 0608760983
    Isn't this still under warranty?

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    Quote Originally Posted by keano016 View Post
    yes, they came by tonight, but could not quote since their supply house was closed.
    They could not quote you the price of a 1/3 hp blower motor? I would lose their number and call someone else.
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    OP is going price fishing on the internets!!!
    How tall are you Private???!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NCHeat View Post
    Isn't this still under warranty?
    Yes it is in warranty, the motor should be free of charge, you should only pay for labor, HOWEVER if the unit was bought from internet in any way you have no warranty!Period but if not bought online yes it is very much in warranty! Can one of you pro members explain that he doesnt need the installing contractor,any Goodman dealer can and will handle it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stickinit2thman View Post
    Yes it is in warranty, the motor should be free of charge, you should only pay for labor, HOWEVER if the unit was bought from internet in any way you have no warranty!Period but if not bought online yes it is very much in warranty! Can one of you pro members explain that he doesnt need the installing contractor,any Goodman dealer can and will handle it.
    They don't even have to be a Goodman dealer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by keano016 View Post
    yes, they came by tonight, but could not quote since their supply house was closed.
    Quote what? It should be under warranty.
    This smells like a DIY internet purchase to me.

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    The installing company, one of the largest in the area is claiming that warranty is only 1 year and wants $ to fix it. Smells like a rip off to me. Would appreciate if any of you can help me with the model number of the motor.

    Site rules prohibit pricing please.

    Thanks,

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    Last edited by k-fridge; 10-11-2011 at 09:04 PM.

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    That's less than I can install a blower motor for.

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