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Need new fan

Some one gave me the fan. when i put it together it make a noise, so taking it apart, find that the black fan inside, some of the blades were broken at one end of blades, so after glueing them, it now works fine, but would like to know where i could order that part.

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Yes your best source is Aloha Housewares 800-295-4448. Good luck.

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