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Need a fan motor for wall heater part no. a2540t

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  • long2872 Jan 10, 2010

    it is a patton wall heater 13000 btu - 4000 watt model A2540t need a fan motor richard long long2872@peoplepc.com

  • Paul Carew May 11, 2010

    for what make and model ?

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I googled patton came up with americanhvacparts.com they have patton motors on ther site this might help you ?

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