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Stopped working I have a honeywell fan. It was working fine last night. but some time during the night, it stopped working. Usually, i have it going all of the time. how can i get fixed.

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SOURCE: i have a honeywell upright

Hi,
The problem would be the burn out thermistor(FUSE), it is located in the winding of the motor itself. Before that check the wiring connection in the speed switch, the main line might have cut off.
Using the tester, check the continuity of the fuse. You can't see the fuse, it is mainly covered and connected in the capacitor line.
The cause of the burned fuse is overheating, the shaft bushing needs oil or have to be replace!
Hope that helps you out!

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