Hi,This is risky business, not responsible for damages on your end. We keep going until you're satisfied. I come and go. be patient.
Try both, get back to me if there are any problems, Phil
Hello again, just type what you have and I pick it up when notified..that can take a while...
Im in and out all day..
ran the unit without the front panel. used a lenth of rubber tubing to isolate the squeek to the convection fan motor. The plan is to replace the motor. Does this seem correct?
Good plan. take the motor out, and to Grainger Industrial supply for a match up, that will be cheapest.
you could also try tuning the fan by hand, it may squeek then also.. that would be a bullet proof test.
or if you are cheap like me, you might remove the fan motor and look for some oil holes, and if there are none, drill some and put 4 drops in each hole.
stay in touch,
I'll check the granger site and be in touch.
the site is a pain in the neck.
take it into their store, let them sort it out.. mark the rotation on the motor.
stay in touch, I will be in all day, Phil