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GE 5KCP39PGN665T 1/2hp, 115v, 1075rpm, 3 Speed PSC Furnace Blower Motor
These GE 5KCP39 PSC motors are designed for use as direct drive furnace blower motors. Choose from three-speed or two-speed, standard efficiency models. All are electrically reversible and include 21/4 inch resilient rings for base mounting. Four (4) split rings included if 21/2 inch diameter is required. Bases are sold separately. features: ? all angle sleeve bearings ? 3 speed and 2-speed models ? 1/2 inch extended thru bolts on 3-speed models ? 21/4 inch resilient rings plus 4 split rings ? reversible rotation ? 4 inch long, 1/2 inch diameter shaft ? for accessories see pages M-112 to M-114 specifications: ? single phase, 60 Hertz ? overload protection ? fan duty, continuous, air over ? open construction ? 26 inch leads ? Class B insulation
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This replaced my furnace blower motorMay 10, 2012
Great, my furnace motor shorted out in the middle of January...and because of its high current drain, it burned up the control board inside the furnce as well! I'm a retired mechanical engineer, so rather than call the furnace shop I checked the internet and bought this motor to replace my burned up one. I also bought a new control board via the internet. The new motor has been in and running trouble free for over a year now. To prevent the same failure in the future I added a switch that senses air flow at the blower motor and connected it to a time delay relay such that if there isn't sufficient air flow a few seconds after power is applied to the blower motor the furnace shuts completely down. This prevents the motor from slowly burning up and stinking up our whole house like it did when it failed in January. Secondly, I added heating and cooling power relays between the furnace control board and the blower motor so the board activates the relays which, in turn, power the blower motor instead of being powered by the relays on the furnance control board. Now, if the blower motor were to short out it won't be able to burn up my expensive control board and at the most it might destroy a far less innexpensive relay.