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Master Flow Replacement Power Vent Motor for PR3 and PG3 Series Vents
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- Replacement Power Vent Motor
- Replaces motor in Master Flow Models PR3 and PG3
- 1/5 HP motor
The PVM115 motor is the replacement motor for the Master Flow Power Roof Vents (PR3 series) and Power Gable Vents (PG3 series). This upgraded PSC (Permanent Split Capacitor) motor is easy to install with the power vent in place, no need to remove power vent. Minimal tools needed for replacement.
- PSC motor - more efficient than standard shaded pole motors
- Replace old motor quickly
- Leave power vent in place while replacing, no need to remove entire unit
- Minimal tools needed
- Motor casing may vary in color
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- Galvanized Steel
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- BUY THIS MOTOR.... PRO SERIES....." INSTEAD OF THE WHITE ONE"
July 04, 2015
This new motor "PRO SERIES BLACK" is substantially better made than the OEM motor in your ATTIC FAN now
Fits well in place if you have the "WHITE MOTOR" now that no longer works you want this motor...
When replacing the motor here's what worked for me.
7/16 wrench.... * open end etc
1/4 in drive ratchet with small extension
1/4 drive .... 7/16 deep socket
5/32 ...long Allen key for fan blade
needle nose pliers
(2) ...small wire nuts
Shut off the circuit that supplies power to the fan....remove thermostat cover......remove wire nuts to the two wires that go to the motor....take needle nose and pinch bx connector to remove it from thermostat housing......
twist off bx connector from cable (counter clockwise).....twist off cable from original motor
(counter clockwise).....remove the three 7/16 nuts and bolts from the center of brackets....don't worry the fan blade will hold the motor from falling on you.....with motor loose lift motor and move the brackets out of the way....making sure not to bend fan blades tilt the motor on a 45 degree angle....The brackets on the other hand can be bent.... now with the motor out and lying flat face up remove set screw with Allen key.....THE INSTALL...transfer blade to new motor making sure to tighten the set screw on the flat part of the shaft about 2" down from the top of the shaft....this motor is higher then the original)...take the extra band that came with your new motor and put it around the center of the motor by cutting three piece of electrical tape.....use the tape to hold the extra band in place put tape going in the same direction as motor shaft (vertical)....move brackets out of the way.... put motor on a 45 and into place...bend brackets back into place....let the fan blade rest on top of brackets ....install your three 7/16 bolts just a few turns on each one ....move center of motor to the middle of the brackets ....tighten all around now .....motor should be in place and all 7/16 nuts and bolts snug......take wire from motor put into bx cable pull all the down.....twist on bx cable onto motor.....twist on bx connector.....push into thermostat housing..... make sure fan blade moves freely....now cut and strip and wire the motor.... white to white....black to black... making sure to use the same wires you removed the original motor from....put cover back on thermostat...restore power..... lower your thermostat ...the fan should come on ....set thermostat back to your original setting ....YOU DID IT....!
.............This motor runs much more quiet and is worth the extra cost for a pro series motor.
Durable, Easy to Use, Sturdy, High Quality, Easy to Install
45 to 54, Male
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