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open it. look for a wire that has become disconnected from careless factory assembly

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SOURCE: my lasko tower fan gets power n wont blow air

The bearings on the motor are dry and need oil. It's really not made to be oiled, but you may be able to take it apart and get some oil to the bearings if you want to mess with it.

Posted on Jul 22, 2009

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I'm not exactly sure, but I think that an IONIZER has nothing more than metal blades inside that 'capture' dust/debris and contaminants from the air on the blades. There should be a handle to lift up on and remove the long blades.

You rinse the blades with warm soapy water, dry them and put them back in. Maybe I'm thinking of something else, but to me, that is what an ionizer is. Hope this helps at least some.

Best, Jennifer

Posted on Jul 08, 2010

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I have a 42" wind


the first thing to check is that the remote control is working and the control panel of the fan itself are working probably and i think they did but you have to check first
this fan oscillating control button is not a mechanical connection like the regular fan so if you are not using it wrong(and i think you don`t ) an if all the buttons are working -except the oscillating function - (and i think they are ) turn that thing back and test it at the shop

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My lasko mod 2554 fan powers up but the fan will not work. The fan oscilates and the ionizer and timer lights all work.


It is possible that the main capacitor is faulty and so the coils is not enerrgised to start.
So check winding and check the capacitor for open.
Test capacitor by charging both the pins to mains voltage and shorting the pins to see if charge is retained.If retained the capacitor is good, if not replace.

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It turn on , revolve but no air comes out


I am having the same problem. Did you ever fix your fan?

Aug 29, 2010 | Lasko 48" Xtra Air Tower Fan with Air...

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Its not a problem. How do you clean this fan. There is alot of dust inside of the front grid. Is there a special way this front grid can be removed for cleaning? Thanks.


Hi,
My experience is that the best way is to use the canned air like you would clean a computer keyboard with...trying to remove the grille will result in broken tabs and then you have to tape it back on...

heatman101

Aug 29, 2010 | Lasko 2554 WIND CURVE Fan

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My Lasko 42" Wind Curve fan when I plug it don't power up. Pluged at diferents outlets, same results Thank you


Hi,
Check out the cord, (frayed or broken) usually right where it enters the unit, and the switch.... if these check out then the motor has gone bad...

heatman101

Aug 18, 2010 | Lasko 42" Wind Curve Fresh Air Ionizer Fan...

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How does the "Ionizer" work on the Lasko 48" Wind Curve Tower Fan ? Shouldn't there be a HEPA filter to change or something to clean once in a while ??


I'm not exactly sure, but I think that an IONIZER has nothing more than metal blades inside that 'capture' dust/debris and contaminants from the air on the blades. There should be a handle to lift up on and remove the long blades.

You rinse the blades with warm soapy water, dry them and put them back in. Maybe I'm thinking of something else, but to me, that is what an ionizer is. Hope this helps at least some.

Best, Jennifer

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How do you clean the ionizer in a lasko wind curve


You have to take the fan apart. They didn't design it with the convenience of the customer who likes to keep things clean in mind, so you have to get out a bunch of screwdrivers and stuff and roll around on the ground and fight with it until you get it apart. I posted a lengthy post on how to get this model apart, as I just did mine yesterday. Just look for my name on the Lasko models like this one. But be careful and don't try it if you don't think you can pull it off without getting hurt.

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How to clean my Lasko 42 Wind Curve Platinum?


Yep... ALL the screws in the back mus come out as well as the base. The only real problem I had was that 2 of the screws were randomly triangle drivers instead of phillips/straight combo. Ya know they do it just to tick you off...

Nov 02, 2009 | Lasko 42" Wind Curve Fresh Air Ionizer Fan...

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Are there any points to be oiled on the Wind Curve fan; how much; how often?


you need to dismantle the fan.
there are 4 screws under the base
and 16 to the back
top and bottom of the blade is to be oiled
as often as it get dirty.

Aug 01, 2009 | Lasko 2554 WIND CURVE Fan

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Cleaning my 2554


there are 20 screws to take apart the fan.
but try this
something to wedge the blade and blow out the fan. it will work jus the same

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