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Old 10-26-2009, 09:47 AM   #1
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Help I Need Air Conditioner Motor

I have a 1974 AS that needs a new motor for the roof A/C. It is an Armstrong and the motor is a duel shaft ľ hp 115v 60Hz 2.2 FLA The model # TRH25-14 CW-1 and the Serial Number is 243892. Does anyone know where I can get one?

I found the manufactures motor part #ís

G. E. 26352B14

Marathon 26553B13

Franklin 26351B9

I can not cross these to an in stock item, does anyone have any ideas.

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Old 10-26-2009, 10:00 AM   #2
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Shaft size
Dia of motor
Voltage
Amp draw

An air conditioner parts store should
be able to find a suitable replacement
with the data you have. Pull the old one
and it's associated capacitor...then take it
to an Air conditioning parts supplier.
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Old 10-26-2009, 10:44 AM   #3
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I have just gone through the same thing...

With my '82 Excella...PO had the trailer out on a deer lease and the motor and capacitors had a lot of mud dauber nests...needless to say that the motor finally quit...I could barely turn the shaft...SO...

New A/c would cost in the neighborhood of $800...a neighborhood that I cannot go to since losing my job last year...SO...

I checked around at dealers, independent repair places, looking for old, used A/Cs that would use the same motor...a local repair shop said he had a couple...$25 if i would take the whole thing since he has a bunch stacked in the yard...found one with the correct motor and used the motor, capacitors, fan & squirrell cage to replace the busted ones on my unit...he gave it to me to take out of his yard...found a used lower unit with the correct wiring to utilize the dual speed on my unit(it was a single speed) bought a new dual speed switch for $13 from my local dealer...put it all back together and now have a working dual speed ac unit that I hope will last another season or two...

check for used ac units sitting in the yard of your local dealer/repair they
may be free cause the compressor is cratered or they lost the r-22 that is now illegal and the dealer just needs to get rid of it...I took the scraps to the local recycle lot...

good luck in finding what you need...

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Buy the way there is no need to drill the 20 or 30 rivets around the center on the shroud and separate the two halves. The four bolts on top are all that needs to be removed. Then remove the caulking that is holding/gluing the shroud to the trailer.
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I have a 1974 AS that needs a new motor for the roof A/C. It is an Armstrong and the motor is a duel shaft ľ hp 115v 60Hz 2.2 FLA The model # TRH25-14 CW-1 and the Serial Number is 243892. Does anyone know where I can get one?

I found the manufactures motor part #’s

G. E. 26352B14

Marathon 26553B13

Franklin 26351B9

I can not cross these to an in stock item, does anyone have any ideas.

Thanks
Tom
W. W. Grainger stores have the correct motor.

They have a warehouse in most major cities.

Andy
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