What motors it replaces: 119708-00 motor. Also vacuum motor 6600-001 including HL10 P-9 ECD. Also, clip the wires from the old motor to splice into the new motor wires. Need wire nuts and possibly washers to make up 1/8" difference on bolt threads when tightening. NOTE: the bottom of the motor is not flat but tapers down over 1/2 inch. If your motor bottom is not tapered but completely flat, order 116472. Use existing motor gasket.When to replace: The signs that a lamb 119631 motor needs to be replaced include: mini breaker popping, electrical smell, excessive blue sparks seen from motor top, you only hear a click, motor shuts down on its own but works later, or its life of 900-1,200 hours has been used up. (If you don't hear a click, then your relay most likely needs to be replaced and your motor may be fine). Five percent of the time, the minibreaker will go bad as well as the motor. If this happens, replace the motor and then evaluate the mini breaker.
How to replace: It is not difficult to replace the 119631 ametek motor. There are three bolts and a couple of wires. All of our customers are amazed at how easy it is. NOTE: There is no core trade-in. Used motors are thrown away. Click here to read and print out our step-by-step motor replacement instructions.Replacing motor brushes: The 119631 lamb vacuum motor has carbon motor brushes that can be replaced. This should be done before a motor is "on its last legs." Read more about changing the motor brush on the detailed motor brush how-to page. If you are ready to replace your motor brushes, here is a link to the 119631 motor brush. You will need to buy two.