Chances are the blower was made by a third party anyway. Is it just the
motor that went bad? Any names on it? Take a look at a place like Grainger
www.grainger.com and you may get lucky. How about a bathroom fan?
Can it be repaired? Have you taken it apart and determined the mode of
failure? Edski is probably right on 3rd party supplier, you may be able
to just replace bearings or something simple, it is hard to tell from
your post. Details?-Jitney
This is a wild shot but...
I needed a new grate for a 20 year old wood stove, one made by a
company I had never heard of and I did a lot of research before buying
Went to my local Grange (they sold it originally), A bit of checking
by the clerk and they came up with a store find parts for almost any
stove you could name. Went there, they had catalogues for everything
seemingly that was ever made, located my orphan make, one phone call
and they were informed as to exactly which parts were still available.
Yep, grates were one. That store is in in Moscow, Id. Been so many
years I don't recall the name now.
You might try asking at any store selling stoves to find a local source
such as that.
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