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Need replacement on/off 3 speed switch for Lakewood Series Pro HV-20CR

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: to repair 18" lakewood stand fan mod.#HV-18-p

unplug the fan!
1 remove the six screws that hold the front grille on.
2 use an allen wrench to loosen the screw that secures the fan blade assembly to the motor shaft. (screw is between the blades and the motor and it is on tight, make sure that you do not bend the fan blades, this would cause balance problems)
3 remove blade
4 you will now have access to the screws that hold the motor cover in place.
5. when reassembling make sure that the strain relief (or knot in the cord on some models) is inside the motor cover, and that wires are not being pinched.
6. Good luck

Posted on Jun 04, 2008

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SOURCE: need to replace the switch that has ,hi,low,med off on nit? please Help

you have 3 control wires (the 3 speeds) and a common wire. the common wire will go directly from the fan motor to the power source/cord and the other 3 leads will run through the switch. you could even use a standard dimmer-style lighting rheostat and connect it to the common and "high" fan speed wire and have infinitely variable fan speeds. hope that helps.

Posted on May 29, 2009

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SOURCE: have a lakewood shop fan pedestal type with 3

The switch has numbers on it. Mark the wires. Just connect the new switch the same way.

Posted on Jul 26, 2009

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SOURCE: I need a replacement motor, 60 HZ 2.7 amp, for a

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Posted on May 28, 2010

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SOURCE: are replacement motors available for these fans?

mcdevito75 here, If the fan is not too old I would figure yes, but a replacement motor will cost as a new fan, if not more, then you have to install and the blades are a presss fit to the motor.

Posted on Jul 28, 2010

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if the motor works, you do not need a new one ! sounds like the switch is bad. if you only get high speed. have a good day !

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Hi,
White is the common or neutral...
Black is the high speed...
blue is medium...
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hook them up right in that order....

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Need to replace the switch that has ,hi,low,med off on nit? please Help


you have 3 control wires (the 3 speeds) and a common wire. the common wire will go directly from the fan motor to the power source/cord and the other 3 leads will run through the switch. you could even use a standard dimmer-style lighting rheostat and connect it to the common and "high" fan speed wire and have infinitely variable fan speeds. hope that helps.

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