May 19th, 2012, 09:31 AM
whirlpool dehumidifier ad0302xm 30 pt
Even though its aged, this dehumidifier does not have much run time. When I cleaned and lubed the fan motor, and restarted, the fan does not kick in. When I try to spin it by hand, it gives slight resistance. Does this mean the bearing is bad? Also, I see the fan motor is $100. Is this more then the unit is worth to fix?
May 19th, 2012, 08:06 PM
Missing a digit.
If stiff to turn, yes.
When I cleaned and lubed the fan motor, and restarted, the fan does not kick in. When I try to spin it by hand, it gives slight resistance. Does this mean the bearing is bad?
Fan motor comes up as NLA for me.
Also, I see the fan motor is $100. Is this more then the unit is worth to fix?
May 20th, 2012, 10:34 AM
the unit is ADO302xm0
serial - H51574658
The fan motor is 115v 60Hz .5A
1550 rpm cont air over
another marking on the fan motor is 82535I0680 12.5MHP
May 20th, 2012, 10:41 AM
I see the manufacturers part number is 1162508, based on schematic, but the unit is not available. However, on another website, I see they have several different aftermarket motors.
May 20th, 2012, 02:27 PM
After market is likely the only style you can get.....duoble check the shaft size, mounting, direction the motor runs, amp draw and speeds.
I use a lot of these for one speed motors, they are a replacement...
Fan motor, clockwise Manufacturer part number D120
Fan motor. Counter Clockwise Manufacturer part number D121
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