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Beam 372PE Motor

beam model 372PE TWO NUMBERS ON MOTOR 280292 AND 676500 CAN YOU TELL ME WHAT MOTOR I NEED?

Answer:
Based on the numbers you gave, the 676500 is the motor. Here is the Beam Model 372PE Replacement Vacuum Motor.

Motor Number Ending In "-13" Replace A "-00"?

Will a 116764-13 work for a 116764-00? Thanks, Phil in San Diego.

Answer:
Yes, you can use a -13 in place of a -00, but not the other way around when any water or water vapor is involved in the application of the vacuum.

Metal Connections for SilentMaster Motor Mounts

Hi! The replacement motor [116764] for my S1 does not have a flange located about the middle of the motor to hang it from. Now what? Rick. Anderson Island, WA

Answer:
The metal brackets on the old motor where added by us and need to be removed and connected to the new motor.

Need The Motor With Exhaust Horn

We have a model 361 and purchased the motor #116764 but our old unit has the horn in the middle????

Answer:
Please contact us and we will call tag the motor we wrongly suggested and send you this one http://builtinvacuum.com/retail/shopretail.php?part_no=199,221,how2mtr&title=Motor+for+Smart+361. We apologize for the inconvenience and will correct the situation at no cost to you.

Part Number On Brushes?

is there a way to identify brushes with out having the motor? is there a number on the brushes?

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Sorry, you need the number of the Lamb Motor to buy the correct brush. You can use our list of motor to deduce the motor you have. http://builtinvacuum.com/parts/vacuum-motors.html

Lost Suction

We have a Vacumaid central vac system in our home Model p-125. We need more power since we havee added additional outlets for living quarters in the lower level. Would like to replace just the motor and tank for the additional power. What is the best way to go, price etc.? Burt Hoefs Stockton, Mo.

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You lost suction through out the house? Sounds like a clog or a leak. Suction a waded up paper towel to see if it makes it to the tank. If so then see if the tank revs up when you stop up the suction with your hand over the hose. If it doesn't then you have a leak. Troubleshoot: www.builtinvacuum.com/flowchrt.html.

Eureka 1802 Central Vacuum Motor

I just bought a used Eureka Model 1802. Unfortunately after running it for about 15 minutes I noticed a burning smell. I turned it off but could not turn it back on until it cooled a few minutes. I really don't hear any noises coming from the motor, it sounds pretty smooth, however I assume the smell is a bad indication. I removed the cover and the motor is stamped Lamb 6764-13. I'm not sure if this is a replacement or the original. What are my options. If I have to replace it, I'd like to upgrade to the strongest available. Any idea what year this vacuum was discontinued? Thanks.

Answer:
Yes this is the motor you need. Thank you for the information.