Timer Motor Fleck 120 V 60 Hz 1/30 rpm is now 18743-2 ( cross reference #s 13400, 18743, 18743-1 and FLI 134828).
Replaces 13400 ( the part number found on timer motor for 20 years in Fleck 5600 ) & 13944 ( used in older Fleck 9000 ) & 18743 ( red plastic drive gear used from 2000 - 2003 ) Timer Motor
This motor gear has 12 teeth. Always has been made with 12 teeth since beginning in 1980.
Also used in 32/3210 Timer Assemblies of the 2510 and many commercial Fleck Control Valves.
WaterSoft or CSI PN 20251X425
Used in all Fleck 5600 ( past and present ) and all 3200 timer assemblies, and 9000 Flecks that operate on 120 volt 60 Hz
The older timer motors like this were marked with the part # 13400 on Fleck 5600. Often with a letter B in front of the number.
Part # 13944 was used on Fleck 9000. The newest replacement motor is official called # 18743-1 or 18743-2 ( some marked as manufactured by Hankscraft, Inc. and some by Mallory - note: Fleck does not "make" any motors ), with a brass drive gear.
Metal gear ( not plastic ) is what we sell. The original PN 18743 had a red plastic drive gear, and was used in Fleck's made in 2000 - 2003.
Note, the new motors do not look exactly like the older versions, but they are the exact design timer motor now being used.
All motors since 2003 have just the 1/2" end gearing, as that is all that is required in Fleck timers to make contact with the gears they "drive" in the various models both current and previous ( going back to 1980 when motor first introduced ).
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