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Can I replace my Trane XR13 AC condenser motor with a comparable motor?

I have a Trane XR13 AC Condenser. The motor started running really loud, and then the fan blade came off the shaft. I put the blade back on the shaft twice... making sure to really tighten it the second time it came off. Eventually the motor stopped running, although I can manually spin the blade without issue.

I want to change out the motor, the capacitor and the blade (I am not sure if the blade was damaged when it detached from the shaft, and I don't know if that will degrade efficiency or cause issues with the motor.)

The original motor has the following specs on the nameplate: HP: 1/5, RPM: 850 (service Facts that came in the manual say 835 RPM), V: 200/230, Cap: 7.5, Hz:60. The blade is 27.6 diameter - 2 blade.

The closest matches I can find online are HP: 1/4 RPM: 825 and HP: 1/5 RPM: 825.

My question is, can I replace the original motor with the 1/4 - 825rpm or the 1/5 - 825rpm without causing any issues, such as loss of efficiency, or problems with the draw on the system?

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Trane FAN3588 Fan Blade 27.6" 22-Degree 1/2" Bore Counter-Clockwise 2-Blade

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    TRANE Condenser Fan Wobble

    Hello,

    I have a 14 year old Trane XE1100 condensing unit. One day I came home to find that the fan had fallen off of the motor. I put the fan back on to find a few days later that I now had a wobble that was getting worse. I took off the fan to see if it got bent, straightened it, etc. and the wobble still got worse over time. I decided to replace the motor and the fan to be safe so I got a new motor and fan which I installed last night. However.... there was still a wobble, I then put the old fan on the new motor and the wobble was less... almost gone. Tonight, a day later, I come home and the wobble is much worse. With a new motor and fan how could this be unless the new fan is not balanced and neither is the old fan?

    Also, how high from the ground (or from the motor) should I mount the fan? Currently I have it very close to the motor but there is a long shaft to work with.

    Any help is appreciated.

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    "Hey Lama, hey, how about a little something, you know, for the effort." And he says, "there won't be any money, but when you die, on your deathbed, you will receive total consciousness." So I got that goin' for me, which is nice. - Carl Spackler

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    No I'm not. That's why I posted in the ask our professionals residential HVAC section. Is that the correct forum?

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    Right fan? The same as original one?


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    Yes it is the same diameter, pitch, rotation, etc. Both fans must be out of balance right? I can't think of another reason.

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    How about the motor mounts?
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    My guess is that the motor mounts are damaged or the motor was improperly installed. If the fan blade fell of the motor, the blade was either out of balance to begin with or it certainly was after. Then running the system with an out of balance blade vibrated the motor to the point that it damaged the mount. Now with a damaged mount, any motor and blade combination will vibrate.
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    did you inspect the blade for cracks? is it weak? if it wobbles still I would call a tech. then if it falls off again or wobbles and gets damaged you are not liable and they can fix it faster. how old is this unit?

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    You can see where the set screw was on the old motor shaft. Put the new blade back on the new motor at the same place. One or more of the blades on the new fan are bent out of shape. A pro can take care of this.

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    If this is a replacement and not OEM then check to make sure that the motor it self is the same size. Newer motors are shorter and they come with longer shafts to compensate. You have to really ensure that the fan blade lines up with the cowling as the manufacturer intended or it will throw off a few things.

    I just wan't to remind you that even though this is the ask our pros section there is no DIY information to be given. I only say this because if you do not turn off your system and ensure that all sources of energy are locked out you could become entangled or severely cut or gouged by the fan blades. Some other home owner with less practical knowledge may google this and read all of our post and this may happen to them. So I say be very careful.

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    Well I ended up taking the original fan and flipping the motor upright so that I could bend and adjust the fan a little a time until it was balanced. Certainly tedious but ultimately it worked. Will return the new fan that is clearly not balanced. I probably didn't need the new motor but the old one was aging so probably not a bad idea.

    Thanks for all of your help guys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 68 X-codeView Post
    Well I ended up taking the original fan and flipping the motor upright so that I could bend and adjust the fan a little a time until it was balanced. Certainly tedious but ultimately it worked. Will return the new fan that is clearly not balanced. I probably didn't need the new motor but the old one was aging so probably not a bad idea.

    Thanks for all of your help guys.
    after stressing that blade I would get a spare.

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