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rebuilding my heater. anything i should "make sure" i do before i put it back together??

looking at the fan and not sure what i can do to the motor. seen a couple of comments to lube it but i'm not sure where you lube it and with what.

any suggestions welcome.

thanks.

tim

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When I redid mine I used 3 in 1 oil on each of the

bearings/bushings. If you have the motor out of the

cage, so you can access both ends, simply squirt

the oil liberally where the shaft enters the bearings

on each end. Then spin by hand, or better yet,

hook up to a battery to really work the oil in. On the

end opposite the fan, you may have to remove a

black plastic cap to access the top of the bearing.

While you have it out, make sure the fan is fairly

tight on the shaft (mine was a little sketchy, so I

coated the hub and fan with epoxy). The seals in

your heater box are probably dry and crumbly also.

I used some thin foam I found at a hardware store

and renewed those also. I cut cardboard

templates and then made new seals from these.

Hope this helps. Good luck.

Dave

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