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Due to excess dust my honeywell commercial grade stopped working. I sprayed a lubricant near the fan mechanism to no avail. I also tried a can of compressed air to blow out the motor housing. This happened yrs. ago, and with a hair dryer's use I got it to work. Now, however the blades rotor mechanism just won't turn. I would appreciate any input as I DO NOT and CANNOT take this apart. THANK YOU IN ADVANCE

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  • Elizaj_NY Sep 12, 2008

    I forgot to mention this is a floor fan...metal blades, metal stand....THANK YOU

  • Elizaj_NY Sep 12, 2008

    Thank you very much for your response, koolbreezes

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The only thing is your motor has gone out due to bearing failure, and seizing up on the shaft and hitting the stator.

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