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Need Help! Electrical Question

Discussion in 'Homeowners Corner' started by phitnessfiend, Mar 19, 2011.

  1. phitnessfiend

    phitnessfiend New Member

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    I have a fan motor that burned out on my commercial fridge. Here are the specs of the fan motor:

    115 Volts
    60 HZ
    1550 RPM
    .6 amps
    9 watt
    CW (counter clockwise)
    Class B

    Here are the specs of the fan motor I just bought:

    115 Volts
    60/50 HZ
    1550 RPM
    .55 amps
    9 watt
    CW (counter clockwise)
    Class B2

    Will this work? Thanks for your help!
     
  2. flynnibus

    flynnibus Well-Known Member Forum Staff

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    would think so.. the lower amps is it just draws less.. that should be fine.. and class refers to electrical emissions (interference) I think.
     
  3. phitnessfiend

    phitnessfiend New Member

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    I took your suggestion and gave it a try. It's working! Thanks!
     

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