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 Posted: Sat Mar 10th, 2018 02:56 am
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Scot Molgaard
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I can’t find a pic of an Emerson 1820 anywhere...I am working on one. Looking to build it as close to original as possible. 

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 Posted: Sat Mar 10th, 2018 12:28 pm
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Michael Rathberger
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Search 1820, I saw at least 5.

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 Posted: Sat Mar 10th, 2018 01:50 pm
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Hi Michael, most of those pics are mine. I was able to find 2 more...1 is not period correct. The other is I think but it’s only a front shot. Looking for some good close-ups for reference. 

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 Posted: Thu Mar 15th, 2018 05:45 am
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I have an 1820. Allegedly in original condition. What type of shots do you need?

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 Posted: Thu Mar 15th, 2018 07:00 pm
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Hi David, I’m looking for close ups and general pics that I can use for reference material...I can use zoom if you can get me all 4 sides and top/bottom. I appreciate it

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Hope the pictures help you-

Dave

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 Posted: Fri Mar 16th, 2018 07:26 am
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Wondering if the 1820 motor is the same as the
1510 ? ...... btw beautiful fan David 👍👍

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 Posted: Fri Mar 16th, 2018 10:33 am
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David great looking example.You need to add it to gallery.

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 Posted: Fri Mar 16th, 2018 01:03 pm
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Steve Sherwood
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Matthew Albach wrote: Wondering if the 1820 motor is the same as the
1510 ? ...... btw beautiful fan David 👍👍
Probably not. The 1820 is a 16"  fan, 1510 is 12".

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 Posted: Fri Mar 16th, 2018 09:12 pm
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I believe the 1820’s motor is physically larger than the 1510. I’ll have to compare side by side to be 100 percent certain. I’m about 90 percent certain right now. Like the 1510, the 1820 is a centrifugal start. Though the switch looks like a two speed, in our AFCA info section, this fan is listed as a single speed. I’ll have to check if this has a speed/choke coil in there. I remember not much speed difference if any between the switch’s two speed positions 

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 Posted: Fri Mar 16th, 2018 09:54 pm
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Maybe the 1510 (1906-09) and 1820 (1908-09) have a similar relationship as the Trojan 5310 12" and 5320 16" do and they were both made 1906-09.  Both are centrifugal start two speed models and the 16" motor is larger 6-5/8" dim. than the 12" motor 5-9/16" diameter.

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 Posted: Fri Mar 16th, 2018 10:49 pm
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David, these will help a bunch. Thank you for your help. I think I have everything I need to complete the fan...Here are a couple pics of the switch. 



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 Posted: Sat Mar 17th, 2018 07:23 pm
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Steve Stephens wrote: Maybe the 1510 (1906-09) and 1820 (1908-09) have a similar relationship as the Trojan 5310 12" and 5320 16" do and they were both made 1906-09.  Both are centrifugal start two speed models and the 16" motor is larger 6-5/8" dim. than the 12" motor 5-9/16" diameter.
Is the 1520 motor a different size than the 1820? I don't know for sure.

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 Posted: Sat Mar 17th, 2018 11:14 pm
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Scot Molgaard
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The stator is the same on a 12648/1820. I’m not sure about a 1520...

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 Posted: Tue Mar 20th, 2018 06:39 pm
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My 11648 looks the sane as the 1820 both are 16”
Centrifugal start. The only difference is in the cage one has
Emblem the other doesn’t.

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Just checked the rough motor measurement on some of the early 16 inch Emersons;
5 1/2" = P I 242s

7 1/2" = 1120, 1220, 1320, 1520 & 1620

6 1/2" = 1820, 2220 & the early 5 digits.

Many of the 12" models used the same diameter motors.

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 Posted: Wed Mar 21st, 2018 01:56 am
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Bill ,
Will the 1310,1610,2010,11666,12666 measure 7.5” ?

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 Posted: Wed Mar 21st, 2018 02:22 am
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Matthew Albach wrote: Bill ,
Will the 1310,1610,2010,11666,12666 measure 7.5” ?
7-⅝" is the correct diameter for the 2010 and, I expect, the other models listed above.

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Yes Matthew,
The 1310, 1610, 2010, 11666, and 12666 all measure roughly 7 1/2 ".  Also the 14666 and the 1321.

As Steve notes the castings vary considerably.  I set my calipers at 7 1/2 " and some were tight and some were loose---therefore the "roughly".

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