10 amp or 13.5 amp?
From Vancouver, BC. 15-year old Beam PE371. Motor runs but sounds much higher pitch as usual, and seconds later fuse (15A) pops out. Is the motor bad or it's the other electrical pieces near by ?
I've taken the motor off (very easy), and do find '6765-00' on it. However, the CV body is stamped '120V, 10A, 60Hz', whereas your website indicats 116765 is 13.5A. So is this replacement motor compatible, or I have to change out some other electrical components ? Thanks.
As long as your minibreaker is over 13 amps you can use this replacement motor. It is the exact replacement for 6765 so it is strange that you see 10 amp on the canister - that may have been a mistake. The sound is the bearing going bad and it is overheating thus popping the minibreaker. Time to replace the motor.