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Taylor Made (now Dometic) Marine Air Blower Assy. 115v - 50/60 Hz. on

US $179.00

Mullica Hill, New Jersey, United States

Mullica Hill, New Jersey, United States
Condition:Used Brand:DOMETIC / MARINE AIR Part Type:Blower Assembly. UPC:Does Not Apply

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This is a good used 115V variable speed blower off of a Marine Air 10,000 BTU model VCP-10K with Passport II controls.  It interchanges with other models but I do not have a list of those models. I have provided pictures detailing the critical measurements for your assistance in identifying it. Marine Air gets over $700.00 for this part, making it not worth repairing your old unit in the event of a blower failure.  This is tested and in good working order and came off a unit with a compressor failure. I am listing the circuit board and control in a separate listing.

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