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Vacu-Clean P22 Motor?

I have a Vacu-Clean P22 that, all of a sudden, got very noisy and smelly. Do the bushings or motor need to be replaced? If so, do you know a source of same? Thanks, Alan

You need a motor, but that is an off brand. Please take a photo of the motor and send it to us.

240 Volt Available?

i have a 240v lamb motor one is bad the number is 116471-00. The number listed 116471 is 110v. I need 240v

This motor is only available in 110-120 volt. If you are reading the transformer or relay or circuit board to find 240 volt you can ignore that and go with this motor. If your system was 240 the plug would have a vertical and horizontal, not two verticals in the plug end. If it does have 240 for some odd reason, then the electricity is split and delivers only half to each motor, so this replacement motor would be correct; it would only be getting half of the 240 volts.

Use 116471 for 116336?

I have a MD with a 6336-00. Can I use the 116471 as better replacement? Do I need to do any special modifications to make it fit? Thanks Craig Aptos, CA

Craig, take a look at the amperage difference. You cannot use two of these to replace your two motors. You may be able to use one of each though. That is not a problem as along as the circuit you are on can handle that amperage.

Tro-Vac Central Vacuum Motor

I have a Trovac S#E3070261 Model E101 in need of a motor. Which one Thank You- Bud Kelowna B.C.

Hi Bud, the TroVac is made by Cyclovac and the motor is the same as their 101 model here: http://builtinvacuum.com/help/cyclovac/motor.html

Grand Central Vacuum Motor?

I have an old Grand Central model GC 101 that has a noisy motor. Do you have a replacement motor for that model? Thanks, Martin

Hi Martin, we have your motor but need some more information to help you find it. Please either call us when you have the motor with you or take a photo and send it to us. Either way we can quickly find the motor you need.

Patton A-853 Vacuum Parts

I have a Patton A-853. The brushes are worn and I've been unable to find a replacement brushes that fit. I've tried brushes for Lamb Ametek motors #115717,115737,115 and #115923,115962 etc... The label on the outside of the housing unit for the motor states "patton A853 120 Volt, 8.95 amp and 60 Hz." It was manufactured in Fayetville, NC. The unit has been in service for 10 years. Can you help me identify the proper replacement brushes and motor. Thank-you D Terrell Rocky Mount, NC

Hi, here is the motor that replaces the original motor http://builtinvacuum.com/retail/shopretail.php?part_no=209P,221,723HP,how2mtr&title=Motor+for+Fasco. And here are the brushes for your original motor http://builtinvacuum.com/retail/shopretail.php?part_no=211. Never mind the color of the plastic brush housing. Also, Patton is another name for Fasco Central Vacuum and we have all the information about upgrades here: http://builtinvacuum.com/help/fasco.html.

Replace 116392 Vacuum Motor

does this replace moto no. 116392-00 larry london ky

Hi Larry, actually this replacing that motor http://builtinvacuum.com/search_products.html?search_string=116392.

Beam 355 Motor

I have a Beam Model 355 and need a new motor do you know which one is right for me.

Hello, we don't have a cross reference for that model yet but can easily determine the motor if you would please call us when you have the motor cavity open. Thank you.

116493 Vacuum Motor Replacement?

I have an Ametek motor # 116493-50 and wanted to make sure this one was the correct replacement. thanks Ray, Lecanto

Hello Ray, take a look at your amps written on the unit somewhere. If it is around 10 then it is this motor. If around 7 then it is the 119413 motor.

Fasco A853A Motor?

I have a fasco A853WA central vac. Is this the correct replacement motor?

Yes, this is the motor for your Fasco model.

852SVDM Motor?

I have a fasco 852SVDM central vac. It has two motors and combined they draw 13.3 amps. Is this the correct replacement motor?

Actually you need these motors and the amperage, though higher, will be fine. http://builtinvacuum.com/retail/shopretail.php?part_no=202G,221,711B,how2mtr

Fasco A853

1. I have a Fasco A853 with a burned out Motor. It is brown and there looks to be 3 inches of clearance in the upper Can, which fit the old motor nicely. Will this new motor fit? 2. The old relay says 18A and has 2 prongs in each corner. Will a 16A relay suffice? 3. Which transformer would fit this model?

Yes, this is the motor you need. Also, the #241 16 amp relay will work as well.