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Looking for a complete draft inducer motor/blower/housing complete or just the exact replacement motor and blower wheel.

Looks like from my research Consolidated went out of business 1998-99 can't find any info on the net about this unit.

Mod# MBA060NH3RX

Ser# 950721116

If anyone can find the orignal part# for the complete draft inducer assembly then maybe I could convert that to something that is currently produced.

The #'s on the motor:

MagneTek

SER. 23G 75954R

MTR MOD JA1P082NS 401570

115Volt .9amp 3300rpm .030hp Rot. CWSE, Shaft= 1" x 5/16"dia.

Blower wheel: 1 3/16" thick, 4 3/4" round

Thanks for any help you can provide,

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applianceman18007260692

Willie I called BO at johnstone supply here in mobile and gave him the model number and he gave me a part # 4026600 and told me he could have it in a few days,so if you have a johnstone supply near you they might can get it for you.

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Thanks ApplianceMan.

I already order that part from UniversalMotors.com

They went by the motor# JA1P082NS which converted to their part# 959 which is suppose to be an exact replacement complete draft inducer blower assembly to replace a Consolidated Industries Part# 401570 -- I don't know if it will be the same as the complete unit I'm replacing but if it isn't I should still hopefully be able to install the motor and blower wheel into the customers blower cage/frame unit.

By the way, do you know of any place on the internet to look up parts for CI products?

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they used to be called premier furnace company and they have had a lot of defective furnaces in california I was reading this http://www.consolidatedfurnaces.com/and thinking to myself they probably dont want to sell parts and are laying low!Heck you might even can get a new furnace out of them ,I dont know.

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