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Replacing a inducer motor on a kenmore forced air furnace

by Manage My Life
November 1st, 2012

Hello. I'm trying to replace a inducer motor on a Kenmore furnace. I don't have the model number or serial number but I do have the old partnumber of the part I'm replacing if that helps. It is 1013866. The problem I'm having is that the old fan is a two speed and the new fan is a one speed. I tryed hooking up the new one in what i assume would be the high speed wire (black) and the furnace comes on for 30 seconds then shuts off and starts blinking the troubleshooting light. I tryed hooking up the low speed (red) wire and it doesn't fire at all. There were no directions with the new part so I'm wondering if there is some special way you have to hook up the new motor to get it to work. Thank you

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