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Fasco D7909 5.6-Inch Condenser Fan Motor, 1/4 HP, 208-230 Volts, 1075 RPM, 1 Speed, 1.8 Amps, Totally Enclosed, Reversible Rotation, Ball Bearing

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  • 1/4 HP
  • 208-230 Volts
  • 1075 RPM
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Fasco D7909 5.6-Inch Condenser Fan Motor, 1/4 HP, 208-230 Volts, 1075 RPM, 1 Speed, 1.8 Amps, Totally Enclosed, Reversible Rotation, Ball Bearing + CAPACITOR 5 MFD 370 VAC OVAL ONETRIP PARTS® DIRECT REPLACEMENT FOR RHEEM RUUD WEATHERKING 43-25134-02
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number D7909
Item Weight11.9 pounds
Product Dimensions13.8 x 6.1 x 5.8 inches
Item model numberD7909
Item Package Quantity1
  
Additional Information
ASINB007VJLGO2
Best Sellers Rank #19,965 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight11.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableApril 19, 2012
  
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Product Description

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PSC motor, 4 drilled and tapped holes in the shell, all angle mount bearings, 60 Degree ambient temperature rating, 1/2-Inch x 6-1/2-Inch shaft, 5mfd/370V Capacitor Needed - Not Included

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Customer Reviews

It preforms just like it was supposed to.
Richard E. Kendall
Just needed to cut the shaft to length which was easy with a reciprocating saw with a metal cutting blade.
Abe
No wiring diagram or other instructions were included.
Hopps

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By J. Wilson on August 21, 2013
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If your condenser fan has failed then replacing it yourself is a definite possibility. I was going to pay someone to do it but decided to do it myself. I think the going rate to have someone do it is about $500.

The hardest part was removing the fan from the old motor. I had to saw off the shaft of the old motor and use a hydraulic press to get the old shaft out of the fan. After that everything was pretty much routine. It took about 2 hours.

Make sure the voltage and RPM of the old motor match this one. It is not so important that the HP ratings match exactly but the HP rating of the new motor must greater than or equal to the old motor.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By gffscrcdx on July 8, 2014
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I ordered this to replace our 2004 payne fan motor because I was tired of "rigging" it to work by adding oil every few days. I was nervous about getting this one instead of an OEM because I was not excited about having to switch over from a 3 wire set up to a 4 wire and adding a dedicated (2nd) run capacitor(yes you need to buy a new 2nd capacitor for this one if you are doing the same thing as me.) I would have given it 5 stars if the black and white wires had not been so short that I had to cut the wires off the old one and splice them tot he new one to reach .. also I used the screws/bolts from the old motor as I did not have to cut them down. All in all it was not that difficult at all to install. To save you guys some time, here's what I did. I took our old motor out which was pretty easy- 4 screws held it onto the "cage" part of the top of the unit. I took pictures of where each wire went and then disconnected them all, applied oil to the fan blade bolt thing holding it on, waited a few mins then unscrewed it (others said their's were very hard to remove but mine was a cinch likely because all the oil i added over the last few months lol) I then attached the new motor to the "cage" piece and put the fan blade on the new motor at the exact same spot and tightened it. Next I cut the yellow and black wires off our 3 wire ( yellow brown and black on old)old motor and spliced them to the new motor (yellow to white and black to black). Next I installed the 2nd capacitor (the new one I ordered with this motor.. i believe 5/370... (side note- when I disconnected the wired from the existing dual run round capacitor I ONLY disconnected the old fan motor wires and left everything else connected to save time ..Read more ›
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By oakpwr on March 20, 2015
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I ordered this unit as a replacement for my condenser fan motor which had died out. I already checked the capacitor and the contactor, everything looked normal and when I checked the resistance on the old motor it looked to be bad.

The new unit is slightly larger but it fits in the same holes. Here's some things to look at:
there are 5 wires plus another two that are already connected and this is how I ran it, your motor may be different so be advised:
One wire is black which goes to the contactor
One wire is white which goes to the capacitor (common)
One wire is brown which goes to the capacitor (fan)
One wire is brown/white stripe which I capped as I believe it is for the slower speed on the motor.
One wire is green which is your ground.
There are two other wires that are already preconnected. One is purple to purple and the other is yellow to yellow. These determine the spin orientation of your fan.

If your unit has a dual start capacitor you do not need to order another capacitor. You do want to change out your capacitor though as it is advised to have a new capacitor with a new fan, also make sure your capacitor reads the same specs as your new fan.

The wires on the new condenser fan motor are too short, I had to splice on longer leads to get them to reach the contactor and capacitor. When I hooked up everything and bump started it, I noticed the fan was spinning in the wrong direction. On the condenser fan that I ordered it was set in counter clockwise rotation so I changed the preconnected wires to yellow/purple and that changed the rotation. I was told that on my unit the air should be sucked by the radiator and up through the top of the a/c, I put my hand above this to verify.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By DJ Buddha on February 5, 2013
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It seems as though most of the replacement parts are made either in China, SE Asia, or Mexico these days. This motor is made in Thailand. The steel is definitely Chinese/SE Asian quality. It's cheap. That being said, it is still a decent motor. Smooth rotation, low noise, and an acceptable level of vibration. I purchased it to replace a 32 year old GE motor that was made in the USA. If this new one lasts 10 years, it will have definitely been worth every penny. Altogether, I am pleased with the unit and would recommend it to anyone looking for a value priced HVAC condenser fan motor.

There's one other thing. I put this motor in my cart as a reminder to order it by spring. While it was in there, I noticed that the price began to drop as Christmas approached. Amazon prices fluctuate based on many factors, but it's always a gamble as to which direction a price will go. When I bought this unit (12.03.2012), I paid $52.10 with free Prime shipping. As of writing this review, it's listed for $70.07. The lowest priced comparable motor from Grainger is a Century model for $83.70 plus shipping. Thanks to a little patience, I got one heck of a deal from our friends here at Amazon!
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Fasco D7909 5.6-Inch Condenser Fan Motor, 1/4 HP, 208-230 Volts, 1075 RPM, 1 Speed, 1.8 Amps, Totally Enclosed, Reversible Rotation, Ball Bearing
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