Our brand new (not rebuilt) Lamb Ametek 116336 Motor is commonly used in many central vacuum brands and models. 116336 motor is a Lamb Ametek original motor. As of late 2016 the motor has been upgraded to a 116336-01 which means there is a bearing instead of a bushing on the cooling fan.
What to note:
- Fan Stages - 2
- Bottom Diameter - 5.7"
- Voltage - 110-120
- Hertz - 50-60
- Height - 6-1/4"
- Bolt Height - 2-5/8"
- Waterlift - 84.3"
- CFM - 94
- AirWatts - 274
- Amps - 8
ALTERNATIVE AVAILABLE. In place of the 116336 motor, you can use the 119413 Motor
instead. If you are only replacing one motor in a two motor system you can have these two different motors working at the same time. The 119413 motor is built with better technology, is more efficient, usually costs less, and fits right in place of the 116336. BUT NOTE: The 119413 has 10% less power.
What motors the 116336 replaces: 116757, 116212, 115477, 115757, 115407, 116758, and 115737 motors.
When to replace:
The signs that a 116336 Lamb 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 mini breaker 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 116336 Ametek Motor. There are three to four screw brackets 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 or taken to a metal recycling center. Click here to read and print out our step-by-step motor replacement instructions. Note that if the unit bolts into metal brackets, then the ground wire can be snipped. If plastic, then attach the ground wire to the ground from the power cord or anywhere to metal on the unit.
Replacing motor brushes:
The lamb 116336 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 116336 Motor Brush
. You will need to buy two.