Luxor Ll Building Products PVM105/110 Power Vent Replacement Motor - Each

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Replacement motor for GM30, CPG1, PG1, CPG2, PG2, MD105, MD105D, H122D, PR1, CPR1D, PR1D, CPR2D, PR2D, & PR2DHT
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Product Title Luxor Ll Building Products PVM105/110 Power Vent Replacement Motor - Each
Manufacturer Luxor
Lowest Price $63.10 from Essential Hardware
Power Score 3.6 | 42 Reviews
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Get the bigger motor. I bought the 1/5 hp, model PVM115, instead of this under powered one.
1 Star Review   By spayneuter on Home Depot - Jun 13, 2013   

When the fan motor on my model PG2 fan went out, I read the reviews here. Then I noticed that there weren't any reviews on the 1/5hp motor for the PG3. It isn't carried in stores either. Is this because it doesn't have to be replaced as often??? So for only $10 more I bought the bigger motor. The dimensions are different, but it fit fine. It wouldn't slide into the sleeve of the housing, but removing and reconnecting the straps did the job. Works great, and hopefully will last longer than the one season that the smaller one did.

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There is no winning with these guys
1 Star Review   By lawg8r on Home Depot - Jun 5, 2013   

11 years ago I installed 3 attic fans, within 3 years I had replaced the all 3. In the next two years the replacement motors (with one year warranties) failed so I did the math and figured I'd do better by buying the top-of-the-line roof mount with the ten year warranty. The first one failed within a few moths and master flow honored the warranty. That was in 2007, since then, I have replaced 6 motors, only two of which Master Flow honored the warranty. No sense in buying new or from Master Flow. Last go-round Master-Flow offered me a hundred dollar + rebate to move up to their solar fan - for real?? I can only image the trouble getting warranty on their solar panels, rectifies, etc. in addition to the motor. Buy the cheapest replacement motor you can find an hope for a year's service.

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FAN-tastic
5 Star Review   By AtticRat on Home Depot - Jun 4, 2013   

I purchased the PR2-HI22 in 4/8/2001 and installed a lighted inline switch in the closet to turn the unit off in the winter. The light install is attached to the dead side of the wire/switch, so when switched on there is a light indicator. I have not replaced the motor but purchased this replacement motor, just in case it is needed. I feel most who have had issues set the trip level too low which results in higher fan operation. Although, if you follow the instructions it recommends 105° F, I set the thermostat to 118° F. I also did my best to make sure the thermostat gets plenty of air flow when the motor is operating. Hope this information will assist those who have had issues.

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MOTOR REPLACMENT
4 Star Review   By NJCABIN on Home Depot - Jun 1, 2013   

I REPLACED THE ORIGINAL MOTOR WITH THIS UNIT. FIT FINE EASY INSTALL. I HOPE IT WILL LAST AS LONG AS THE ORIGINAL ONE. OF (11) YEARS. WE WILL SEE.

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Good motor
4 Star Review   By mick on Home Depot - Apr 13, 2013   

Live in TN so runs about 7-8 months. Lasted 8 years. Easy to replace. Worth th 60 bucks to me.

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Frequently Fails. Why do they continue offering this junk?!
1 Star Review   By FanMotorMan on Home Depot - Dec 31, 2012   

From reading some of these reviews, I guess I should consider myself fortunate: I have only had to replace this motor 4 times in 10 years. Of the 4, two of the motors were serviced by a retired motor tech/electrician (the thermal protection failed in both cases) before I decided to buy another. Curious that a motor made to cool hot attics fails due to over temp! As another reviewer stated, I would gladly pay double for a motor that last. At least they should back the quality of their product by offering a prorate on the NEXT replacement! Home Depot, PLEASE OFFER a quality alternative!

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Easy to install
4 Star Review   By sferg on Home Depot - Oct 9, 2012   

The product was as advertised. Went in easy, and works great! Much cheaper than replacing the whole fan!

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Easy retro fit
5 Star Review   By Crisco on Home Depot - Sep 18, 2012   

Even though this motor is larger than original, it fit right in. It runs a lot quieter than original.Very satisfied.

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fan motor
5 Star Review   By sparks on Home Depot - Sep 18, 2012   

i have been installing them mostly in attics, very easy to install, performs well and very quiet.

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Easy installation as replacement
5 Star Review   By rosebud322 on Home Depot - Sep 11, 2012   

This is the second motor replacement I have used this summer and found that I could easily remove the old motor from the holding brackets by using a socket wrench and combination box wrench and securing the new motor in its place was easy and it is the exact right size for a perfect fit. Wiring the new motor was easy also as it hooks up to the thermostat the same way the old motor was connected, just make sure to unscrew the flexible conduit on the old motor and install it in the connector on the new motor before connecting to the stat. All in all a good product that was easy to install and worked like it was supposed to.

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Replacement motor for GM30, CPG1, PG1, CPG2, PG2, MD105, MD105D, H122D, PR1, CPR1D, PR1D, CPR2D, PR2D, & PR2DHT
Summary
Product Title Luxor Ll Building Products PVM105/110 Power Vent Replacement Motor - Each
Manufacturer Luxor
Lowest Price $63.10 from Essential Hardware
Power Score 3.6 | 42 Reviews
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Get the bigger motor. I bought the 1/5 hp, model PVM115, instead of this under powered one.
1 Star Review   By spayneuter on Home Depot - Jun 13, 2013   

When the fan motor on my model PG2 fan went out, I read the reviews here. Then I noticed that there weren't any reviews on the 1/5hp motor for the PG3. It isn't carried in stores either. Is this because it doesn't have to be replaced as often??? So for only $10 more I bought the bigger motor. The dimensions are different, but it fit fine. It wouldn't slide into the sleeve of the housing, but removing and reconnecting the straps did the job. Works great, and hopefully will last longer than the one season that the smaller one did.

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There is no winning with these guys
1 Star Review   By lawg8r on Home Depot - Jun 5, 2013   

11 years ago I installed 3 attic fans, within 3 years I had replaced the all 3. In the next two years the replacement motors (with one year warranties) failed so I did the math and figured I'd do better by buying the top-of-the-line roof mount with the ten year warranty. The first one failed within a few moths and master flow honored the warranty. That was in 2007, since then, I have replaced 6 motors, only two of which Master Flow honored the warranty. No sense in buying new or from Master Flow. Last go-round Master-Flow offered me a hundred dollar + rebate to move up to their solar fan - for real?? I can only image the trouble getting warranty on their solar panels, rectifies, etc. in addition to the motor. Buy the cheapest replacement motor you can find an hope for a year's service.

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FAN-tastic
5 Star Review   By AtticRat on Home Depot - Jun 4, 2013   

I purchased the PR2-HI22 in 4/8/2001 and installed a lighted inline switch in the closet to turn the unit off in the winter. The light install is attached to the dead side of the wire/switch, so when switched on there is a light indicator. I have not replaced the motor but purchased this replacement motor, just in case it is needed. I feel most who have had issues set the trip level too low which results in higher fan operation. Although, if you follow the instructions it recommends 105° F, I set the thermostat to 118° F. I also did my best to make sure the thermostat gets plenty of air flow when the motor is operating. Hope this information will assist those who have had issues.

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MOTOR REPLACMENT
4 Star Review   By NJCABIN on Home Depot - Jun 1, 2013   

I REPLACED THE ORIGINAL MOTOR WITH THIS UNIT. FIT FINE EASY INSTALL. I HOPE IT WILL LAST AS LONG AS THE ORIGINAL ONE. OF (11) YEARS. WE WILL SEE.

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Good motor
4 Star Review   By mick on Home Depot - Apr 13, 2013   

Live in TN so runs about 7-8 months. Lasted 8 years. Easy to replace. Worth th 60 bucks to me.

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Frequently Fails. Why do they continue offering this junk?!
1 Star Review   By FanMotorMan on Home Depot - Dec 31, 2012   

From reading some of these reviews, I guess I should consider myself fortunate: I have only had to replace this motor 4 times in 10 years. Of the 4, two of the motors were serviced by a retired motor tech/electrician (the thermal protection failed in both cases) before I decided to buy another. Curious that a motor made to cool hot attics fails due to over temp! As another reviewer stated, I would gladly pay double for a motor that last. At least they should back the quality of their product by offering a prorate on the NEXT replacement! Home Depot, PLEASE OFFER a quality alternative!

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Easy to install
4 Star Review   By sferg on Home Depot - Oct 9, 2012   

The product was as advertised. Went in easy, and works great! Much cheaper than replacing the whole fan!

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Easy retro fit
5 Star Review   By Crisco on Home Depot - Sep 18, 2012   

Even though this motor is larger than original, it fit right in. It runs a lot quieter than original.Very satisfied.

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fan motor
5 Star Review   By sparks on Home Depot - Sep 18, 2012   

i have been installing them mostly in attics, very easy to install, performs well and very quiet.

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Easy installation as replacement
5 Star Review   By rosebud322 on Home Depot - Sep 11, 2012   

This is the second motor replacement I have used this summer and found that I could easily remove the old motor from the holding brackets by using a socket wrench and combination box wrench and securing the new motor in its place was easy and it is the exact right size for a perfect fit. Wiring the new motor was easy also as it hooks up to the thermostat the same way the old motor was connected, just make sure to unscrew the flexible conduit on the old motor and install it in the connector on the new motor before connecting to the stat. All in all a good product that was easy to install and worked like it was supposed to.

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did'nt last 1 year
1 Star Review   By BEL56 on Home Depot - Aug 30, 2012   

Put in last summer, less than a year of service. Master Flow by GAF, will never buy another one.

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Replacement motor is easy to install if you read all the preceeding reviews because it comes with no directions in box.
4 Star Review   By packrat4120 on Home Depot - Aug 29, 2012   

I needed to repair my attic fan which stopped working and thanks to the internet I found this replacement motor at Home Depot, but whose price has increased alot over a few years. You have to read the earlier reviews of which tools are required and a step by step guide is given also. My only problem was I had to unsecure the fan from the motor which was not held in place with an allen wrench, but with a bolt. But I was happy that I did not have to climb on roof and could do it myself so I saved alot of money!!

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is a replacement motor, but it comes with no screws to connect to a 3 arm exhaust. It lasts only a day running constantly
1 Star Review   By manolo on Home Depot - Aug 11, 2012   

This is by far the worst product I have got from HD, it does not come with standard mounting screws, check if your original mounting is 3 lug nuts, then forget abaut using this replacement. Also this is suppose to be running all day during hot summer days in Texas it only runs one after burning out.

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easy to install, perfect fit, no modifications required
4 Star Review   By MrFixIt on Home Depot - Aug 9, 2012   

The alternative to replacing the vent motor was to get on the roof and remove and replace the entire vent. Replacing the motor was much less expensive and took a fraction of the time. The vent works like new and roofing materials were not required. The new motor fit the bracket perfectly, no shims or cutting were required. The fan blades easily transferred to the new motor shaft, Wiring was simple and easy. I did everything inside the attic.

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runs fairly quietly
5 Star Review   By wnydiy on Home Depot - Jul 19, 2012   

easy install. motor is larger than replacement but fits well. runs quietly.

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Fit right in no problem, great father and son project.
5 Star Review   By mike1951 on Home Depot - Jul 18, 2012   

The motor was easy to install and it fit great. The new fan motor was quiet and seem to move alot of air.

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They don't last
1 Star Review   By unhappy on Home Depot - Jul 17, 2012   

I love reading all these five-star reviews from people who _just_ installed this. I have bought six of these over an 11 year period. You do the math about their reliability. They invariably die on the hottest day of the year. Climbing into a scorching attic to replace the motor (again) is not my idea of a good time. I wish somebody offered a high-quality, American-made alternative. I would gladly pay twice as much for something that would last 10 years.

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Replaced my Leslie Locke motor
4 Star Review   By Rick on Home Depot - Jul 16, 2012   

I bought the Leslie Locke Attic Vent in 2003 and just replaced with this motor as Leslie Locke no longer sells the attic vent systems. The motor is slightly larger but all fit just right and went back together quite easily. The motor sounds solid and silent. Hope it lasts another 10 years

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These motors require maintenance every 2-3 years.
4 Star Review   By DoctorG on Home Depot - Jul 1, 2012   

Have used this roof vent system for 30 years, replaced a couple of times when the plastic dome, not the metal one deteriorated in TX sun. The motor has only bronze sleeve bearings that require periodic cleaning and lubrication. Have looked for, but never found a ball bearing motor for this application. To cut down on dust entering the shaft end of the motor, cut a 2 inch diameter leather or rubber circle, punch a 7/16 hole in the center and slip over the shaft between the motor and fan. One can get 15-20 years out of a motor with some regular care and lubrication. The new motor is a capacitor run motor drawing 1.6 amp instead of 3-4 amps. A motor with sealed ball bearing and thrust bearing would solve the problem.

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Burned out after less than year
1 Star Review   By Tyler on Home Depot - Jun 24, 2012   

I read reviews and thought this motor would get the heat out of my attic.. it did for a while, then it just stopped working after maybe 10 months. I am now looking for a replacement and wont buy this motor again.

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this don't last
1 Star Review   By rippedoff on Home Depot - Jun 21, 2012   

These motors don't last very long! I've had to replace them alomost every year. The price has almost doubled in the last year.

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Overall a good solution
4 Star Review   By joeb on Home Depot - Jun 13, 2012   

This motor was slightly larger in diameter than my old motor so it was a bit difficut to get into the bracket. It was a lot better than buying a whole new vent and having to reflash the roof

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EVERYTHING WAS SO SIMPLE
5 Star Review   By RJ007 on Home Depot - Jun 12, 2012   

Thank you to Home Depot for allowing me to just purchase a replacement motor for my attic fan. I installed it 15 years ago and the motor finally went bad. I was able to input some basic information into the website, and it recommended this motor replacement. I received it shipped to my home in a few days, and installed it in less than 45 minutes. It is working now BETTER THAN THE ORIGINAL MOTOR.. Thanks Home Depot.

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Used to replace DOW-136-0-40 XIN power attic vent fan motor
3 Star Review   By SphinxRB on Home Depot - Jun 11, 2012   

I replaced my DOW-136-0-40 XIN motor with this one. If you do this, you may need to make a few mounting modifications, but it does work. The 4 mounting bolts, I had to undo all 4 bolts(thru-bolts), and reverse, to attached to the tranglular mounting bracket that was attached to the DOW motor; however, 2 bolts lined up with the triangular bracket, 2 did not, but a couple quick drill holes in the bracket solved this. Also, the Shaft on this Home Depot item is shorter than the DOW. Once installed (before hooking up electric), turn the blades of the fan, mine just slightly touched the L-brackets on the fan housing from the roof. So I just bent the fan blades up just a bit to allow clearence. The old fan motor had a steel sheath on the wire, this just twists off the old, and onto this new one. It's working now. With all that said, we will have to see about quality. I gave it average based on what typical HD items last, which is not usually great. So take that for what you want. Time will tell.

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Product was as described. Shipped quickly. Works well.
5 Star Review   By BEN1 on Home Depot - Jun 5, 2012   

Looking for a replacement motor. Description seemed to fit although it was difficult to make a certain match. When it arrived it was slightly smaller than original but fit and works well.

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Consider it a consumable
2 Star Review   By McFlubbin on Home Depot - May 31, 2012   

Razor blades are designed to wear out after a certain number of uses and so too are these motors. I recently purchased a new residence and the seller had two of these motors on hand to replace the two failed ones up in the attic. I placed a thermo probe in the attic prior to replacement - temp reached a high of 141 deg F. After replacement we are down to 102 deg F. As others have said, you need 2x 7/16 wrenches and an allen wrench (mine required 5/32 - odd). The bolt/nut removal for the housing is easiest when you have one socket drive and one closed end wrench. The fan is fairly loud when running but I can't hear it once my attic access door is closed.

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Decent Motor, we'll see how long it lasts
4 Star Review   By WMS4 on Home Depot - May 30, 2012   

Replaced a motor that died after 8+ years. It was an older attic fan model but this motor fit perfectly. There are little notches in the mounting collar to make sure the motor sits right. dmanuel's instructions were very helpful. The allen nut is on the top of the fan blade so u cant see it and have to loosen it by feel. A little difficult but is do-able. My bolts around the motor collar were 3/8" so there is some variation. Much quieter compared to the old motor and hope I can get 8+ years out of this one.

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Good while it lasted
1 Star Review   By Padre on Home Depot - May 18, 2012   

My replacment motor was purchased in the Spring of 2008 and here I am again in need of a motor. I will not be buying this motor again.

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The Big Picture
4 Star Review   By dmanuel on Home Depot - Mar 18, 2012   

In looking over the other comments, I want to stress my observations are merely my own opinion. As to the motor replacement frequency, I can only say my previous replacement, the motor lasted four years. I cannot say if this is good or bad. I suppose it depends upon its operating environment. In very hot climates, the motor is subjected to hours of continuous duty in adverse temperatures. I did an autopsy on the failed unit and indeed the culprit is the bearings. It appears the grease does not stay in contact with the actual bearings, but maybe slung out during operation. As someone pointed out, there is no thermostat in the box. I don’t think there is supposed to be. They are usually accessories separate from the motor (I used the one I already had). I cannot address the need for instruction sheets, but replacement, for me was quick and straight forward. This is what I did. 1) Pull the circuit breaker (verify cold at the unit with a volt meter) 2) Remove wire nuts and release wires connecting old motor to house electrical system (make a note of where each wire goes so you can replicate their position during reinstallation) 3) Take 1/8” Allen Wrench, loosen nut holding the fan blade to the motor shaft and slide fan blade off (there is no need to remove fan from housing when replacing motor) 4) Carefully loosen two of the three collar nuts/bolts (I used 7/16” wrenches) holding fan centered in the housing. You need only loose two enough you can slide the motor out of the housing – don’t drop it). 5) Using the new motor, you reverse the process. 6) Slide the new motor into place in the support collar, but only snug the bolts – don’t tighten – in case you need to adjust its position/orientation. 7) Slide the fan blade back onto the shaft and tighten the Allen nut (note: the nut faces the flat portion of the shaft). 8) Spin the blade by hand, ensuring it rotates freely, does not touch any portion of the housing and is centered in the collar and while ensuring the motor is evenly distributed – not cockeyed- in the collar. The fan/motor insertion should position the fan at a distance to ensure the fan pulls hot air and ejects it in a balanced quantity. Now tighten the supporting bolts 9) Properly reconnect and secure the electrical connections. Restore electrical power, adjust thermostat, 10) Bask in the glory of a job well done.

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quiet and good fit.
3 Star Review   By 69charger on Home Depot - Dec 7, 2011   

easy install. perfect match with old motor. thermostat was missing from every box in store

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Straight forward installation
5 Star Review   By Tiger on Home Depot - Jul 25, 2011   

Item installs easily with minimal tools. Have in place for about a month now and have had no issues at this point. Quieter and more efficient that the original. Would definitely purchase again I just wish the local stores carried them.

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Good replacement motor
5 Star Review   By froberts on Home Depot - Jun 13, 2011   

Good price, free shipping, and fast delivery Didn't include any replacement installation instructions, which seems unusual

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Not nearly as good as original
2 Star Review   By oldschooler54 on Home Depot - May 21, 2011   

Original motor lasted 10 years. I replaced motor last year with this model and have to go back today to get a new one. I have no other choice.

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Great product!
5 Star Review   By arkyjay on Home Depot - May 14, 2011   

Our original attic fan motor was approaching 16 years; so we decided to replace it. After considerable research we settled on this motor. Although it was a more powerful motor (larger) it was easy to install and is functioning perfectly. It's even quiter than the old one.

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Regular replacement
3 Star Review   By dgw2540 on Home Depot - Sep 6, 2010   

I have four individual fan roof vent systems between my house and breezeway/garage. When I replace the motors I put the month and year on the end. Due to the poor bearing system in these motors they seize up after approx. 3 years. I keep an extra one on hand. Just had another seize up last week ( a little over 3 years old). It appears that they have cornered the market on this motor, can't find a replacement from another manufacturer at this time. Several years ago I purchased the same motor at Home Depot for approx. $35.00. The price just keeps going up!! Soon you may find the whole gable end unit on sale for less that the motor.

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good motor
4 Star Review   By jinva on Home Depot - Aug 16, 2010   

This is a PSC motor which uses 1/2 the electricity and generates much less heat than the usual shaded pole motors used in attic fans. So far it is working flawlessly, knock on wood it will last longer than 1 year.

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Great Replacement Motor
5 Star Review   By trianj on Home Depot - Jul 25, 2010   

Just installed a Master Flow PVM105 after my old motor seized. Easy removal and installation from inside my attic. New motor very quiet and runs quite cool compared to the motor I replaced. Very good air flow.

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thanks Home Depot
5 Star Review   By edman on Home Depot - Jul 11, 2010   

We realized the end of last cooling season that the power vents we installed 15 years ago has stopped working. After finding the motors were burned out, I checked on-line and found this motor which appeared to be a suitable replacement. I was delighted that there were two in my local store. It took only 10 minutes to install the first one which was exact replacement. It is quiet and works well to keep our attic cool on the 95 degree day. I will install the second one today. I'm happy I didn't have to spend my time running down which replacement motor I needed from a motor supplier and then have to wait for a weekday to get it from them. I am delighted that Home Depot had a replacement part for a product I purchased 15 years ago right at my local store and within an hour I was back home enjoying a cool attic and a noticably cooler house.

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PVM105 replacement motor
5 Star Review   By DIYjames123 on Home Depot - Jun 26, 2010   

Very easy to install and quiet when running.

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Good Product
5 Star Review   By SteveEP on Home Depot - Jun 9, 2010   

Very quiet, easy installation. Hope it lasts a long time.

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Great product, and a great price
5 Star Review   By yOSHI18 on Home Depot - Dec 19, 2009   

This is a quiet motor, we just installed it last night and didn't hear a peep. Felt the motor after running all night and it was only warm to the touch! Thank you for reading my review!

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1/7 hp motor
4 Star Review   By tank56 on Home Depot - Jul 12, 2009   

exact replacement, works great arrived in 2 days no waiting small plactic case for electrical was cracked only reason not rated 5 stars

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