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I just purchased a deco breeze floor fan and put it together. The male plug from the motor and the female end do not appear to match - -female has three small holes much closer together than the male plug -- I am a female myself age 62 - don't know much about these things but it doesn't look to me like it will work (fan was ordered online thru Amazon) Is there a converter plug or something?

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  • cassiespeaks Dec 15, 2008

    Deco Breeze is sending a new fan - cord cannot be replaced by consumer. Thanks for a quick reply.

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They sent you the wrong plug...Must have been packed wrong! get in touch with the vendor and they will get you another cord!...Better yet call the company who makes the fan and they should have the right plug out to you in no time!...this kind of thing is very commen.have a good day

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