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OLD MAN
10-29-2009, 02:21 PM
I am working on a Dayton electric motor and need parts. Model is 6K321L. I have found the motor but haven't been able to locate a parts supplier.:)

partsgurut
10-29-2009, 02:31 PM
I have purchased dayton parts through grainger before but I don't know if they can get motor parts, but worth a call.

Pat
10-29-2009, 02:35 PM
Good luck Old Man. Our 3 year old Dayton Belt sander was down and out for 11 weeks because the on/off switch burned up, and it was a Grainger specific item. I can't believe Grainger does not keep any parts for this type of equipment on hand seeing that it is their own in-house brand. I believe all Dayton products are marketed by Grainger.

RancherBill
10-29-2009, 03:38 PM
Good luck Old Man. Our 3 year old Dayton Belt sander was down and out for 11 weeks because the on/off switch burned up, and it was a Grainger specific item. I can't believe Grainger does not keep any parts for this type of equipment on hand seeing that it is their own in-house brand. I believe all Dayton products are marketed by Grainger.

You are right Pat, Dayton is owned by Grainger.

I found a guy that sells similar motors in the same series, depending on the part you need they might have it.

Electric Motor Warehouse
(http://search.freefind.com/find.html?pageid=r&id=70204326&query=6K325&ics=1&fr=0)

rotty
10-29-2009, 03:49 PM
There are 12 parts listed below for:
Manufacturer/Brand: DAYTON
Model #: 6K321
Description: Capacitor Start Open Dripproof Motor
Additional Model Info:

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Manufacturer Part # Description Ref. # Parts
Diagram(s)
10B001091000 Base
12A073370300 Fan Blade 7/8inbore
93D401483100 Shaft End Endshield
B453197940021 Bearing
C1032373004010L Start Capacitor L-3 3/8in Od-1 7/8in
C643035620001 Cover, Start Capacitor
C743074700000 Conduit Box Cover
P751056520211 Overload Protector
R352553670002 Resilient Ring
X745200540000 Opposite End Endshield
X832966460000 Stationary Switch
Z043144170000 Rotating Switch

OLD MAN
10-29-2009, 04:01 PM
There are 12 parts listed below for:
Manufacturer/Brand: DAYTON
Model #: 6K321
Description: Capacitor Start Open Dripproof Motor
Additional Model Info:

Find Out More About This Product

Be sure you have the right model. Match the Additional Model Info (above) to your unit's nameplate/label.


View Printer Friendly Parts List Sort Table By:

Manufacturer Part # Description Ref. # Parts
Diagram(s)
10B001091000 Base
12A073370300 Fan Blade 7/8inbore
93D401483100 Shaft End Endshield
B453197940021 Bearing
C1032373004010L Start Capacitor L-3 3/8in Od-1 7/8in
C643035620001 Cover, Start Capacitor
C743074700000 Conduit Box Cover
P751056520211 Overload Protector
R352553670002 Resilient Ring
X745200540000 Opposite End Endshield
X832966460000 Stationary Switch
Z043144170000 Rotating Switch

Do you have a link or photo? are the bearings the same? I think the part I need may be one of the last two. It is a disc in a plastic holder that rubs against something turning. It has a wire on it. Jerry.

rotty
10-29-2009, 04:24 PM
http://www.grainger.com/Grainger/rp_parts_list.jsp?xi=xi&lastProdSearchCriteria=7013885&mfg=DAYTON&model=6K321&info=&desc=Capacitor+Start+Open+Dripproof+Motor&supp=20003860&save=1

chumly2071
11-01-2009, 08:30 AM
I'm a little late to the party, but most of the Dayton motors are made by Emmerson Electric. At least they were when I was using them for OEM applications.

OLD MAN
11-01-2009, 08:40 AM
It seems like all parts come from Grainger. It also seems Grainger does not stock all parts. If anyone had a Dayton motor in the junk pile I need a part. I think it will be the same on several motors. I haven't bought any available parts till I find this one. It is a plastic housing with several terminals on one side and a metal disc on the other. I don't know what it is called but it is stationery and applies the current to rotating parts. I don't have much left but I will take a photo and show it's location and hookup. Without it all I have is a pile.:)

mailtrain
11-01-2009, 12:59 PM
Jerry;

How big of a motor is this?

cutter
11-01-2009, 01:10 PM
Sounds like part of the start switch to me.

OLD MAN
11-01-2009, 01:13 PM
Jerry;

How big of a motor is this?

It is one hp but I think the switch works on several.

OLD MAN
11-01-2009, 06:07 PM
Photo of switch and it's location.:)

Charlie C
11-01-2009, 06:41 PM
Jerry could you point a line to the switch. If I am looking at what I think is the switch if might be a thremal couple switch. Run the motor too long, too hard and the switch will open up shutting down the motor until it cools off.

chumly2071
11-01-2009, 07:01 PM
Jerry could you point a line to the switch. If I am looking at what I think is the switch if might be a thremal couple switch. Run the motor too long, too hard and the switch will open up shutting down the motor until it cools off.


I'm pretty certain you are right, that looks like the auto reset thermal protection disc. There is often one buried in the ends of the windings if it isn't the disc type.

OLD MAN
11-01-2009, 07:44 PM
There are several wires going to it and one is broken.:)

OLD MAN
11-01-2009, 07:46 PM
It was in plastic and attached to the end beside the bearing. I am not sure if it was all covered or not.:)

TriHonu
11-01-2009, 07:50 PM
OM, call an electric motor repair shop. The Daton on my lathe started acting up. I called a motor repair shop and they told me Dayton does not build motors. The motors are made by GE or Emerson.

The guy I talked to asked me to read the motor data plate to him. He immediately identified mine as an Emerson motor. He told me to bring it down and they had most of the common parts in stock.

OLD MAN
11-01-2009, 08:46 PM
The closest one will probably be in St. Paul.:)

TriHonu
11-01-2009, 09:11 PM
I just pulled up Spearman on MapQuest. You are out in the boonies aren't you?

OLD MAN
11-02-2009, 08:50 PM
Pretty much the end.

If it is a thermal switch and I identified the wires, could they be tied together and the motor used without thremal protection.:)

GWIZ
11-02-2009, 09:11 PM
If, Yes.
Most have part numbers on them. did you see any ?

OLD MAN
11-02-2009, 10:17 PM
The plastic was broken in pieces and I don't see any on the remains.:)

Dave Lee
11-03-2009, 12:52 AM
Pretty much the end.

If it is a thermal switch and I identified the wires, could they be tied together and the motor used without thremal protection.:)

I had the same thing happen on my lathe motor about, 20 years ago. I wired them together and it's been fine, ever since. The motor is from the 30's and is rated "continuous duty". I don't run it three shifts a day so, I figured I was ok.;)


Dave