AEW10AQQ1 GE AC Unit blower motor replacement

Maverick923

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AEW10AQQ1
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I have been searching for a replacement blower motor for GE AEW10AQQ1.

I am unable to find the motor everywhere I have looked.

At this point, I am trying to locate a suitable replacement.

Other then amps, and volts, I am not sure what values are most important when searching.

Some advice would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you in advance!
 

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rickgburton

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I found it in Venezuela. This is the number: CJ75W (YY095-954PL02-002) .Try to locate a Johnstone Supply or Granger in your area. Take the old motor with you so they can match it up. Important- shaft diameter and length, mounting , motor single phase, 3 phase, 4 phase, hp, voltage.
 

Maverick923

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Doing a google search, I found what you found. I did that way before. I contacted Granger, but it was not a store. They could not help me because the label does not display the horsepower.
How can I find that or any other info if not on the label?

I did a search on Bing and yahoo. I found GE WJ94X10333 which seems to be compatible with AEM10AQQ1. That is a very close match. I wonder if the 3rd letter tells which retailer the unit was purchased from. Am going to get with Johnstone and see what I find anyway.
 

rickgburton

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That might be a difficult motor to match because it's 120 VAC 4 phase. I'm not 100% positive but I think most 3 phase and 4 phase motors are 208V.
 

Dan O.

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They could not help me because the label does not display the horsepower.
That should be able to be calculated (roughly anyway)


Which came up with .168 HP at 85% efficiency which is 1/6 HP (.16667).


Maverick923 said:
I found GE WJ94X10333 which seems to be compatible with AEM10AQQ1. That is a very close match. I wonder if the 3rd letter [of the model number] tells which retailer the unit was purchased from.
That's a good thought! I don't have a current GE A/C service manual to see if it shows their model number nomenclature.


I couldn't trace any of the numbers on that motor tag to any manufacturer's part number. :(

Are there no other numbers on it?


Dan O.
 
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Maverick923

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That should be able to be calculated (roughly anyway)


Which came up with .168 HP at 85% efficiency which is 1/6 HP (.16667).



That's a good thought! I don't have a current GE A/C service manual to see if it shows their model number nomenclature.


I couldn't trace any of the numbers on that motor tag to any manufacturer's part number. :(

Are there no other numbers on it?


Dan O.

Unfortunately, I was not able to see any other numbers, but BW135. The motor has rust much surface rust all around. Thanks for that other info, it may be just a little easier to find a suitable replacement.
 
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