Fasco A171 1/25 HP 3450 RPM Intercity Furnace Flue Exhaust Venter Blower, 115 Volts
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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
- Thermally protected
- UL recognized; CSA or ULc certified
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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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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.
upgrade from the original unit.This unit should last longer and put less stress on the fan impeller on start ups.