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    BDP

    Anybody know the specs (rpm and rotation) of this unit's indoor blower motor or where I can find the manual with that info?
    Here's a pic of data plate. Want to explore maybe an aftermarket or online option since the unit's probably not worth a OEM motor But, I have a feeling (1hp,460v 840rpm?) I may not have a choice.
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    Those specs sound like a liebert condenser fan motor.....

    Take that info to United, they should be able to cross a “standard” motor kit.

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    I'll get the specs tomorrow from carrier. Just wanted to get a jump on it tonight.

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    Check with johnstone also, they recently told me they can get a lot of oem parts, or crosses for carrier, Trane and a few others. Haven’t tried them on it yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KB Cool View Post
    Anybody know the specs (rpm and rotation) of this unit's indoor blower motor or where I can find the manual with that info?
    Here's a pic of data plate. Want to explore maybe an aftermarket or online option since the unit's probably not worth a OEM motor But, I have a feeling (1hp,460v 840rpm?) I may not have a choice.
    Thanks
    If you had an email address in your profile, I could send you the manuals. I don't post manuals in this "OPEN" forum.

    You can also send me an email, my address is in my profile.

    Motor RPM is 1075.
    Instead of learning the tricks of the trade, learn the trade.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BaldLoonie View Post
    Thanks, but. the one i'm looking for is direct drive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KB Cool View Post
    Thanks, but. the one i'm looking for is direct drive.
    That would be part number HC52AE464 - see parts list I emailed you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rundawg View Post
    That would be part number HC52AE464 - see parts list I emailed you.
    Yes, that's it. Expensive little bastard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KB Cool View Post
    Yes, that's it. Expensive little bastard.
    Thanks
    That they are, but what else would we expect from Carrier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rundawg View Post
    That they are, but what else would we expect from Carrier.

    My advice go with the OEM, because they seem to last longer than crossover motor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sammyray View Post
    My advice go with the OEM, because they seem to last longer than crossover motor.
    Yeah, that's what we did last time we ran across one of these RTU's. I was hoping the BDP was different the the Carrier 50tfq060 equivalent as the motor cost about the same as a residential compressor. Oh well, It was it is!

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