This is the CycloVac “Older” Generation DL200 Lower Motor, 120 volt. This motor is a replacement for the CycloVac part #TM633601 and #TMCY2001.
These vacuums use 2 motors. You may want to replace both motors at the same time as most vacuum motors are designed to operate up to 600 hours before they need replacing. If one motor has failed the other will most likely fail shortly there after. It is much easier to replace them both now and save time, money and effort.
SPECIAL NOTE! This replaces the top motor ONLY on the older generation CycloVac DL200.
If you need the top motor for the newer generation DL200 units, please see our part #MTR2197.
If you need the bottom motor, please see our part #MTR2196.
DON’T RISK PREMATURE FAILURE FOR YOUR NEW MOTOR!
We HIGHLY recommend the maximum protection of your motor by using our exclusive Filtered Motor Gasket, part #MTR1500. Our Filtered Motor Gasket is the only one of its kind and only available from Central Vacuum Factory! It is specially designed by our engineers to provide your motor with years of trouble free service by filtering out dust and dirt BEFORE they reach your motor and damaging it! The filtered motor gasket fits flush and is as easy to apply as a regular gasket and will not add any height to your motor during mounting!
For our standard motor gasket, see our part #MTR512.
Protect your motors from dust and dirt by using a motor filter. This prolongs the life of your motor and is a must for all motors. See our standard motor filter part #MTR553.
Uses motor brushes part #MTR514.
*We reserve the right to substitute a motor with a motor of equal or better performance. The substituted motor will be a manufacturer’s direct recommended replacement motor that is in factory new condition. The reason for substitution may be due to a discontinued motor or lack of production stock. We make every effort to provide you with the motor that you originally ordered. If you have any questions or concerns please contact us prior to placing your order.
Over-tightening of the mounting screws may cause the fan casing to push into the fan blades and may damage the fans. This situation is not covered under the Motor Warranty Program and will not be approved if submitted. If motor is turned in under warranty and is found to have the type of damage explained above, the warranty will be denied. When mounting your new motor, in most cases a touch BEYOND “finger tight” is all that is required to mount and seat the motor sufficiently.