09-29-2006, 12:41 AMLloyd Knudson
I think I recall some one had a schroud for a koolomatic fan modle m-70 rv12 rv110 if not where would I find one.
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09-29-2006, 12:55 AMbill h
Yup, I got one that you can have for the shipping.
Today was trash day, so I won't be able to get a box until at least next week. I have no idea what model it is, but it came off my 84 Barth. If you have any doubt, send me a picture of the one you want to replace, and I will compare.
I have another one that will be replaced sometime before the rapture, too, but not sure exactly when.
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09-29-2006, 03:02 PMBill N.Y.
Originally posted by Lloyd Knudson:
I am not that computer wise. I will ck with soninlaw to night. I tried to find KOOLOMATIC on web
I tried to pull up pics for you to look at but found this instead.
Bad news to everyone with a Kool-O-Matic. This was listed on their website.
After 42 years Kool-O-Matic Corporation has suspended manufacturing operations. Replacement parts for home ventilation products Model K64, 230, WA150 and WA200 consisting of replacement fan blades, motors, thermostats and mounting isolators will be available by contacting the factory direct.
Recreational Vehicle and specialty Vehicle ventilation products will continue to be available - Models RV12, RC12, RV110, AT12, HV11 and HV14 for direct factory shipments while supplies last.
To order complete units or replacement parts contact:
P.O. Box 310
Niles, MI 49120
When I saw that I called an ordered several isolator bolts and a motor. I got a motor from Bill H. but another one (of 3) started to make some noise so, what the heck!
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09-29-2006, 10:12 PMBill N.Y.
Originally posted by bill h:
[QUOTE]Originally posted by Bill N.Y.:
...Or see Rusty for his boiling in oil recipe.
I really liked the post that Rusty had on the "boil in oil".
My problem has more to do with lateral play then just noise. The shaft on one is too loose for anything good to become of it. It would need bushings/bearings and for the amount of time I would have to invest in trying to get the right stuff it just makes more sense to replace it. More so now that the company has ceased operations in the manufacturing end.
09-29-2006, 11:45 PMDave Bowers
That's a bummer, I love my Kool-o-matic. I have a Fantastic Fan too and the Kool-o-matic moves much more air. I should also order a moter just in case. How much did they cost??
09-30-2006, 07:45 AMBill N.Y.
Originally posted by Dave Bowers:
How much did they cost??
Less than $90 dollars for the motor. The isolator motor bolt kit was less than $3 dollars each, you'll need three kits. These usually break from dryrot when changing out the motor. Been there, done that.