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Posted by Biagi on May 03, 2002 at 16:33:21:
In Reply to: SPARES FOR KEWANEE BOILERS posted by s. rasul on March 11, 2002 at 06:06:34:
: PLS QUOTE US fob/c&f PRICES FORTRANSFORMER, 198162E, SEC, BRN-BRN
: 24V, 40VA, CLASS; 2 NOT WET, CLASS, 3 WET,
: LR 95329, HONEYWELL
: USE FOR HONEYWELL, MODULATING MOTOR
: MODEL; M948F1007
: CIRCUIT BOARD (INTERNAL MODULE), MODEL
: AQA 223, MDC 2, MDO, 302, EIA 720, 727, 220600, 15-0,
: REV,L. , HONEYWELL
: USE FOR MODULATING MOTOR, MODEL: M948F1007, HONEYWELL
: QTY: 01NO.
It would be a lot easier to go to your local supplier and have them suggest a replacement mod motor. If you're not able to install it than get a qualified service tech to visit you. The motor you're looking for may be OEM and as such will be difficult to replace since Kewanee is kaput. Look for a replacement mod motor in the Honeywell book. The transformer can be any standard 24 volt transformer from anywhere as long as the specs are close.
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