Blowers & Feed Motors

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Regency pellet stove fans, blowers, and feed motors. We offer auger feed motors, combustion blower exhaust fans, and convection fan distribution blowers for most Regency models.

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We offer the 1 RPM clockwise rotation gear motor which is the agitator motor for the GC60 and GCI60 models and the auger motor for the GF55, GFI55, and PR67 models. We offer a replacement 2 RPM clockwise rotation gear motor which is the auger feed motor for the GC60 and GCI60 models, part GC60-018. As your auger/agitator motor wears you will start to notice inconsistencies with rotation cycles and/or noises coming from the motor bearings. If your auger/agitator motor is not running at all, you can run to direct power to determine if it is a motor failure or one of the safety switches in your Regency not allowing the auger motor to run. See our video below on creating a test cord to test your motor direct. When you need to replace your auger motor, see our general installation guide video below.

The Regency combustion blower exhaust fan motor pulls air through the burnpot in the firebox, directing the heat past the heat exchange tubes, down the back firewall, forcing the exhaust out of the exhaust vent flue pipe. As our combustion blower wears over time we will notice inconsistent power output affecting our flame and burn efficiency, sometimes the bearings will start to get noisy during operation, and sometimes if it's not producing enough RPM's, it will trip the vacuum switch not allowing the auger to feed. It's important to be regularly cleaning the combustion blower motor windings, fan paddle impeller, and housing area to keep it free from dust, debris, and ash build-up/blockages. We offer the OEM 50-901 combustion blower as well as aftermarket combustion blower kits for Regency pellet stove models. If you are purchasing one of our blower kits, see our installation video below.

The Regency convection fan, also referred to as the distribution blower or room-air motor, circulates air through the heat exchange tubes forcing the heat out into the room. It's important to regularly clean and maintain the convection fan to ensure optimal air flow. Use pressurized air to clean the dust and debris from the motor windings. Compressed air or a dry paint brush can work well to clean the motor impeller fan blades. If your blower uses a gasket seal, make sure it is in-tact when the blower is installed. We offer the 'snail-style' replacement convection fan for the GF55 and GFI55 models, and the elongated 'open-face' convection blower for the Regency GC60 and GCI60 models. Please see our general guide videos below for installation tips on these blower styles.

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