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Coal King

Member Since 15 Feb 2011
Offline Last Active Jan 01 2014 03:48 PM

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Armstrong Oil Furnace.

29 December 2013 - 03:37 PM

I haven't posted here in a long time, hopefully you guys or gals can help me. Long story short, a few years ago the blower motor on my Armstrong Ultra 80 oil furnace started to fail. The furnace is about ten years old. Being a pretty good DIY kind of guy, I disassembled the blower housing and removed the motor. My plan was to bring the motor to the supply house and get a new motor, but the motor sat in my truck for a few months and come cold weather, all the parts had been lost except the blower housing. So, now I had a furnace without a blower and absolutely no heat in my house. What to do, well I bought a coal stove and have heated my house with coal ever since. However, the time has come to repair the furnace, maybe even sell the house and move to a town with a better school system for my kids. But, after extensive searching I can't find anyplace to buy a new blower housing with motor anywhere. I can't even cross-reference the blower housing by size using different websites such as Grainger etc. Can anyone provide me with the correct model numbers or website where I can buy a new blower with the motor? Please, this has turned out to be a disaster when it started out so simple. Thanks, and I hope someone can help.

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