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    Combi Rational Oven

    CPC-102 Can't get the fan wheel off the motor shaft. I've pulled the bolt out of the shaft but it won't budge. Any ideas?
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    A PLASMA CUTTER.

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    Don't post the same question in multiple forums, Thank you.

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    have you tried a hub core puller? oiling the shaft and sliding the wheel back and forth? if your replacing the motor sometimes your best bet is to order the motor and the wheel, and just cut it out with a recipricating saw

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    A puller didn't work until we heated it with a torch. Turns out the shaft is tapered.

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    I havent worked on one in over ten years but blodgett blower wheels and rational years ago had threads in the blower hub so you could use a bolt to push off the wheel.

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    most of the times you wont be able to split them. if it like a southbend or a garland. they aint comming apart. from the years and temps. they fuse together. anytime i order a motor for a oven i also order a fan

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    Quote Originally Posted by kitchenguy19 View Post
    CPC-102 Can't get the fan wheel off the motor shaft. I've pulled the bolt out of the shaft but it won't budge. Any ideas?
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    The shaft is tapered. Remove the screw from the hub, Install a gear puller on the hub, snug it down, heat it with a torch and continue to tighten slowly as you heat the hub and it will pop loose.

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    I apologize you have to loosen screw in hub but donΒ’t take it all the way out you need it to leverage the gear puller

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    I'm hoping he got it off 11 years ago when he made this thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by beenthere View Post
    I'm hoping he got it off 11 years ago when he made this thread.
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