York Furnace Starts/Stops? Draft Inducer Motor S1-32642583000

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This video provides step-by-step instructions for replacing the draft inducer motor on York furnaces. The most common reasons for replacing this motor are when the furnace does not heat, only runs for a few minutes, or is loud.

All of the information in this draft inducer motor replacement video is applicable to the following brands: York, Coleman, Fraser-Johnson, Luxaire

Tools used: multi-screwdriver, flat-head bit, Phillips head bit, 1/4” socket

Step By Step Instructions

1
To replace the draft inducer motor assembly in your furnace first shut off the power to the furnace.
2
Next, rotate the knobs securing the combustion chamber panel and pull the panel off.
3
Now detach the drain hose and the lower pressure switch hose from the draft inducer motor housing.
4
Use a small phillips-head screwdriver to remove the mounting screws to release the two pressure switches.
5
Next, loosen the clamp to detach the exhaust vent pipe from the outlet port adapter.
6
Lift up the pipe to gain access to the grounding wire mounting screw.
7
Remove the screw to release the wire.
8
If you are unable to access the mounting screw, you may need to cut the grounding wire.
9
Next, disconnect the draft inducer motor wires.
10
Use a quarter-inch socket to remove the mounting screws securing the old draft inducer motor assembly.
11
Pull the old assembly free.
12
Prepare the new draft inducer motor assembly for installation by inserting the appropriate restrictor disc into the inlet port, if applicable.
13
Now align the new assembly on the condensate pan and replace the mounting screws to secure.
14
Connect the motor wires.
15
Secure the grounding wire to the burner housing.
16
If you cut the old grounding wire earlier, you can simply attach the new grounding wire to a more accessible screw.
17
Insert the exhaust vent pipe into the outlet port adapter and tighten the clamp to secure.
18
Remove the cap and attach the drain hose to the appropriate port on the new adapter.
19
Now position the pressure switches on the new draft inducer motor housing and secure with the mounting screws.
20
Attach the lower pressure switch hose to the port on the housing.
21
Reposition the combustion chamber panel and rotate the knobs to secure.
22
With the repair completed, turn the power back on and your furnace should be ready for use.
Description
This video provides step-by-step instructions for replacing the draft inducer motor on York furnaces. The most common reasons for replacing this motor are when the furnace does not heat, only runs for a few minutes, or is loud.

All of the information in this draft inducer motor replacement video is applicable to the following brands: York, Coleman, Fraser-Johnson, Luxaire

Tools used: multi-screwdriver, flat-head bit, Phillips head bit, 1/4” socket
Step-By-Step Instructions
1
To replace the draft inducer motor assembly in your furnace first shut off the power to the furnace.
2
Next, rotate the knobs securing the combustion chamber panel and pull the panel off.
3
Now detach the drain hose and the lower pressure switch hose from the draft inducer motor housing.
4
Use a small phillips-head screwdriver to remove the mounting screws to release the two pressure switches.
5
Next, loosen the clamp to detach the exhaust vent pipe from the outlet port adapter.
6
Lift up the pipe to gain access to the grounding wire mounting screw.
7
Remove the screw to release the wire.
8
If you are unable to access the mounting screw, you may need to cut the grounding wire.
9
Next, disconnect the draft inducer motor wires.
10
Use a quarter-inch socket to remove the mounting screws securing the old draft inducer motor assembly.
11
Pull the old assembly free.
12
Prepare the new draft inducer motor assembly for installation by inserting the appropriate restrictor disc into the inlet port, if applicable.
13
Now align the new assembly on the condensate pan and replace the mounting screws to secure.
14
Connect the motor wires.
15
Secure the grounding wire to the burner housing.
16
If you cut the old grounding wire earlier, you can simply attach the new grounding wire to a more accessible screw.
17
Insert the exhaust vent pipe into the outlet port adapter and tighten the clamp to secure.
18
Remove the cap and attach the drain hose to the appropriate port on the new adapter.
19
Now position the pressure switches on the new draft inducer motor housing and secure with the mounting screws.
20
Attach the lower pressure switch hose to the port on the housing.
21
Reposition the combustion chamber panel and rotate the knobs to secure.
22
With the repair completed, turn the power back on and your furnace should be ready for use.

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