Question about Accutek AOJ-1601 Stand (Pedestal) Fan
I had an Accutek fan before for quite a while. The axle began ceasing up and then stopped working. I assumed the it ceased up while blowing in the night and burn up the motor.
I then went a bought a new fan. Same Accutek but model NAJ-0611PX thinking that it would serve as long as the other. I turned it off this morning. When I came home and turned it on. I didnt even budge. No sound no nothing. The fan just stop working. Tried a couple of other sockets and nothing. What could have cause this. The room is dry so I couldnt say it got wet.
Can anyone help me out.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
An electric motor shop may be able to rebuild the motor for you, or you may be able to find a motor with the same ratings. Chances are this would be pricier than a new fan though.
Posted on Jun 23, 2008
it always can fix,there are several factror to check,you should have a multi tester to use to check the circuit.it might be on the switch,
cable or on the motor.
open the control box of the fan,there are set screw loosen this and you will see the connection of electrical connection of cable supply and the swicth.
set tester on rx1 check continuity of the cable plug supply,red rod of tester on plug take one wire,black test rod on the other end of cable plug.this other end of wire is on control box.see if pointer of tester move on to no.10 or 20ohms if move its good.try also on the other side of wire.if does not move replaced the wire.
if you can see a fuse check this,by tester
on rx1 attached red test rod on one end of fuse black rod on the other end,if move the pointer its good but if not,replace fuse,actually all fan motor have thermistor fuse inside the motor,it was mounted on the inner side of winding of
motor it look like a resistor or sometime a form of small square resistor has two terminals,to test this, red test rod on one terminal and black test rod on the other terminal if pointer of tester does not move replace thermistor.
to get the termistor fuse you should open
the motor,this is not easy job.but small pc. of motor will give you knowledge how to fix your small appliances.,on motor there are four lock in bolt,before you can pull out the motor disconnect the wiring from the switch cut this
by cutter plier leave a small color lead of wire
when you cut,allow you to remember the connection when putting back.when you dismantle the motor,loosen the four lock in bolt and pull out the winding on motor case
on winding cut the plastic strip,find the thermistor fuse,this was insulated,careful to cut small wire this are all terminal of motor
replace the thermistor if busted.
put back and try to run your fan again.
unplug your fan before doing this this should be done by technician,have anice day rate my fix thanks a lot.
Posted on Jun 13, 2009
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