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 Posted: Thu Sep 10th, 2020 01:18 am
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Vic Valencheck
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Opened up the motor and discovered that the stator had several coil wires broken. Both in the front and back. Didn't look like it over heated. How does this happen!? It's 4 3/4" in diameter and has 3 leads. Anyone have one?




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 Posted: Sat Sep 12th, 2020 12:32 pm
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Tom Newcity
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Vic,
I recently had the same problem with a R & M with this same 24 slot polyphase stator.  I had no idea what to do with it except rewind it just like a 4-pole Emerson.  Didn't have a working original R & M speed control, so I mounted an Emerson choke coil to the R & M base.  Ran beautifully.  

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 Posted: Sat Sep 12th, 2020 07:27 pm
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Vic Valencheck
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Tom Newcity wrote: Vic,
I recently had the same problem with a R & M with this same 24 slot polyphase stator.  I had no idea what to do with it except rewind it just like a 4-pole Emerson.  Didn't have a working original R & M speed control, so I mounted an Emerson choke coil to the R & M base.  Ran beautifully.  
If I can't find one I'll probably have it rewound. I haven't checked the choke yet, hopefully it will be good.The switch assembly was a project in its self. Out of four mounting screws only one came out with no problem. The other three were rusted badly .




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 Posted: Sat Sep 12th, 2020 10:05 pm
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Checked with an old friend who taught me stator rewinding, and he said that the Emerson wind on the polyphase stators works well with the original speed controls.  

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 Posted: Sat Sep 12th, 2020 10:55 pm
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Steven P Dempsey
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I may have a parts 1404 fan - - Still in Ky, will be home Monday

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 Posted: Sat Sep 12th, 2020 11:28 pm
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Vic Valencheck
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Steven P Dempsey wrote: I may have a parts 1404 fan - - Still in Ky, will be home MondayI'd be interested if you have it. Message me if you do. 

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 Posted: Sun Sep 20th, 2020 05:04 pm
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Vic Valencheck
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Still haven't found a stator. If anyone has a stump, I'd be interested. If not going to have it rewound.

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