Question about Tower Aloha Breeze Fan
The tower fan unit has ceased to function, no longer powering on. Motor burnout is unlikely, as there are no burn scents or motor heat scents present. Currently seeking a solution.
Change the IC chip located behind the fourth push button on the pcb in the top of the fan . My IC chip has part number SC8206A4k printed on it. I dont know how to cross reference that number to a more popular make.
Posted on Jul 29, 2007
Don't rule out bad motor yet, nor anything with a wire. Many possible problems: 1.) motor badly manufactured with wire ready to disconnect 2.) motor "fused" or has a wire that has melted...this can happen quickly with minimal smell 3.) some other wire inside unit has become disconnected
Posted on Jun 04, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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