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Question DetailsAsked on 7/19/2014

How much should i expect to pay to replace a blower motor in my furnace

The gas furnace is a York, and is approximately 15 years old, it also has a bad board which is being replaced and is under warranty, just want to be prepared.

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Blower ran motor commonly in the $75-100 range if single-speed, $100-150 range if 2-4 speed, and $150-250 range if continuously variable speed. Labor for changeout probably about $100-200 range on most models if already opened up to replace the board. Of course, some brands run more just to be profiteers or because they are expensive imports.


Note if fan does not run after board is put in, more likely to be a fried airflow or firebox temperature sensor (sometimes several) that controls the blower than a bad motor, especially on a 15 year old unit - blower motors run for an awful long time unless exposed to a lot of incoming dust.

Answered 2 years ago by LCD

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i paid 800.00 total.

Answered 1 year ago by sunny1954

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I have a 20 year old Airco Aire furnace and had the blower motor replaced yesterday. The billing reads as follows: Service call $59.00, Added labor $40.00 and parts $141.00 for a Packard motor. This is a total of $240.00. I have the old motor and the new box for the new motor. The service took 1 hour and 20 minutes. It seem to take a few extra minutes to make the thermostat control light up again and function after it went dark during the service,

Answered 9 months ago by BigDTigerfan




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