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All of the fan blades are one piece along with the hub which is attached directly to the motor pulley (if fan is like the fan which is pictured).
This is true even if there is some kind of attachment between each blade and the hub -- it comes as one piece.
If you can purchase it, or another which will function like it, there are two places you may go to:
1) Sears sells parts for everything they sale. If you didn't get your fan from Sears, then you can still go to Sears and possibly locate a fan which is close enough.
2) Appliance parts stores (like A&M Parts/Johnstone supply) sell fan blades.
Before you begin, remove the broken fan blade (including hub). Matching the diameter and pitch of the blade and the hub to motor attachment is the goal. It can only be of good to know the make and model, but it is not necessary.
I'm not all up on Patton Model#s, but this is an older unit, correct? You may try contacting Patton (Owned by Holmes now so you may have to go through them)
If they cannot help you, try www.dtvintagefans.org There's collectors there that may have parts fans that they may be willing to sell a blade.
Alternatively, you may try Grainger, as they sell an assortment of blades. You will need to match a blade to your motor though, which should be fairly easy as the Patton fans use a common McMillan motor which most attic fans also use.
There is usually a pin in the shaft of the motor, that corrosponds with a slot in the fan blades, it sounds to me like either (a) the pin somehow came out, or (b) the slot in the blades is rounded. Hope this helps
go to ur nearest electrical shop and tell them the model and the brand name buy that and fix it but you wont be getting a sigle blade you ll get the blades in a set not as single you need to remove all other blades and fix the new blades
I have a metal blade for the Patton U2-20 fan listed on ebay. The item number is 160273949463 and the listing ends on Wednesday August 27 at 10.00 p.m. I had this fan for 8 years and the motor has failed. Patton could not replace the motor since this is a discontinued item, and I figured that someone could use another blade for their fan. I hope this helps you!
This would seem to be the motor heating up and cutting out on a thermal overload. Check to see if the motor area is clean and that the fan blades are clean. To clean the motor you can blow compressed air through it. To clean the blades disassemble the cover remove the blade and clean with a mild soapy solution.