What is the replacement part number for the inducer housing assembly?Post created: 2012-11-07 Type of Equipment: Furnace Views: 45
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Water leakage around the inducer housing. HVAC specialist indicated a crack inducer housing unit.
On 2012-11-08 JB wrote:
This may be tougher than it looks. After speaking with a very helpful customer support person at CSH Electric Motor Supply Inc. (http://www.cshincorporated.com/infopages.php?info_id=15) he said that often you have to buy the motor and inducer housing as a unit due to gas hazard concerns. For that reason too it is important to get this fixed.
He did say it is possible to sometimes find just the housing assembly, but without the inducer model number it is impossible to identify the right part. The model number and other information can be found on a plate on the side of the motor. Once you have that give CSH or any other supply retailer a call.