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Pedestal fan motor

I have a pedestal fan that I used in my construction business drying out carpets, moving stagnant air out of work areas etc and it finally gave up the ghost and quit working (burned out) and I would like to find out where I can get a replacement motor for it. The housing and blades are NOT damaged and I would like to use it this summer in my work shop but I need a new motor for this Hampton Bay Pedestal fan hpv 20b part # ? Thanks Diamond Dave

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Re: Pedestal fan motor

Go to this link and find the dealer local to you; They should be able to either supply parts or tell you where to get them. Hope this helps, sorry for the delay but there are more problems than experts available at the minute :)

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