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Fasco A171 1/25 HP 3450 RPM Intercity Furnace Flue Exhaust Venter Blower, 115 Volts

by Fasco
3 customer reviews

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  • 115 Volts, 3450 RPM, 0.7 Amps, 1/25 HP, Rotation: CCW
  • Permanent Split Capacitor (included), Ball Bearing
  • OEM Replacement for Inter City Products, #7062-4783, 1011412
  • 1 Year Manufacturer Warranty
  • Genuine Fasco Product
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Technical Details
Part NumberA171
Item Weight2.7 Kg
Product Dimensions34.3 x 31.8 x 29.2 cm
Item model numberA171
Item Package Quantity1
Weight2.7 kilograms
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Best Sellers Rank #30,962 in Tools & Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3.5 Kg
Date First AvailableMarch 13 2012
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Thermally protected. UL recognized; CSA or ULc certified. Counterclockwise shaft end rotation. Specific purpose blower with ball bearings. For gas or oil furnaces and heaters. 3450rpm Speed rating. 1/25 Horse power. 3.3" Diameter. 115 Volt. 0.7 amps. Ball bearing. Cross reference information: ICP 7062-4783, 1011412, 7062-4705, 7062-4274, 7062-4201, 7062-4549.

From the Manufacturer

For nearly a century, Fasco has been designing and manufacturing what has become the industry's most respected line of AC motors and blowers. Fasco A171 is a 1/25 HP 115 Volt 3450 RPM OEM Inter City Products Draft Inducer.

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We have a 14 year old KeepRight furnace. After several days of making "funny" noises the blower died. I was hesitating a bit because our blower model was Fasco A170, even Fasco does not list those two blowers as interchangeable. But after comparing the pictures and the sizes I decided to order it. I ordered it Friday evening and it was delivered on Monday afternoon. It took me 10 minutes to replace it. I paid $320 CAD with next day delivery. Compare that to a quote I was given by a repair shop - almost $800. Amazon "saved" our Christmas. I am very happy with their service and the prompt delivery.
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It started making noise after 1 month of usage, then became extremely noisy after the second month. Original part lasted 10 years. This one is going to die really soon. Do not wast your time and money on this.
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By Jroy on Nov. 16 2013
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My blower motor was vibrating, so decided to change it before it goes when it's cold. Was easy to replace and just plug and play. Took me about 30 min. For 200$ free shipping couldn't get better deal.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
It's nice to be warm again Feb. 5 2012
By Obadiah - Published on
Verified Purchase
Furnace went out and it was obvious from the smell that the induction motor was cooked. Touched the motor and it was very hot. Yep, it's dead.

Ordering from Amazon meant another day in February without a furnace so I looked to purchase locally. Local dealer wanted 256 dollars more for the unit alone, plus I suspect about 200 dollars for service and installation. We toughed it out and waited another day for this to arrive from Amazon. By waiting and doing it ourselves we believe we saved at least 450 dollars.

The installation was very easy and took about 15 minutes. I will say that the furnace does sound a bit louder and vibrates a bit more, but not much in either case. When you hear your furnace run over a 13 year period you do notice any slight changes. I did double-check to make sure everything was tight and symetrical on the install and it looks fine. I hope this unit lasts the 13 years the first one did.

I was told by the local dealer that these motors are getting harder to find because the furnace unit itself is near the end of it's lifespan. Not sure if that's actually true or not.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Furnace Blowert Feb. 25 2011
By VJH - Published on
Verified Purchase
Exactly the part we needed for our furnace. Much higher priced at local parts store. We put it in ourselves and it was fairly easy.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Furnace part replacement March 21 2013
By Joseph Wilson - Published on
Verified Purchase
Exactley what i needed at a reasonable price.Identical to the furnace original furnace blower vent fan.The capacitor motor start is an
upgrade from the original unit.This unit should last longer and put less stress on the fan impeller on start ups.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Works great Feb. 26 2014
By William Plate - Published on
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The old one did not have a capacitor and was rated at higher amps so I was a littler hesitant to buy. This replacement installed easily and with no problems. The fan is very quiet and works great.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
great furnace part March 8 2013
By Robert W. Gamble - Published on
Verified Purchase
The furnace repairman told me it would cost $300 to replace this unit. I found this part at about half of that price3 and it included the seal. It solved the problem nicely and saved some money.