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I took the blades off my table fan to clean them and once i put the fan back together and turned the fan back own the blade spins and everything but no air is blowing out

Its a cool breeze 13 inch velocity fan

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I think that you may have put the blade on backwards. try taking the fan apart and reversing the blade around and reassembling the fan.

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SOURCE: Hampton Bay 36" Fan Hums but won't turn

The motor has gotten tired now after being on 24/7. With the blades off, it would turn easily but the weight of the blades strain the motor. You could check that there is proper 110 volt current to the motor because anything less will cause that problem too. You can also help the fan start by spinning the blades while it is on. Short of these suggestions, it is time for a new fan.

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It sounds like the fan motor has blown out. Is this an old fan? The motors do burn out every 5-10 years, depending on the brand and quality of motor.

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You need a new motor, are you still in warranty?

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DId you check the capacitor, is that ok?


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SOURCE: Screws that hold the fan blade don't tighten up to the blades

replace your blades and washers and screws with a new ones.

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Clean fan

Flip open the latches around the cage to open that part up. Once open, turn the knob in the middle of the blade to the right. Normally iyou turn it left, but on this ne you turn right. That enables yo to remove the blade. Behind the blade is a rather large plastic nut, which you turn to remove and that takes the back part of the screen off. Use your vacuum to vacuum out the dust from the motor, the cages, and the fan blade. After that use a mild soap and water solution to wipe off the rest. I found it very helpful if you use a thick wet hand towel to clean the wire cage. It cleans it very well! Then just put it all back together again and your fan will look brand new.

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My chipper hums when i turn it on but the blades dont spin. I took it apart and cleaned it, the blade is freely spinning by hand. put it back together and it still just hums. what next?

I would say a bearing or armature mount is loose. When the power is applied the magnetic fields are pulling the armature up against the other coils. I have had this happen to me before and the problem was the bearing slipped out of its mount. A rubber mallet fixed it.

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My fan won't come up tp speed. I checked all woring and everything is ok. I took the fan blades off and the motor comes up to speed but once I put the blades back on the fan barely turns??

First thing I would do is remove fan blades again and carefully clean them with a non-petroleum based cleaner. Wipe to remove any small bits of dust,dirt or pet hair. Most units like this use a very small motor and it dosn't take much to slow them down.Some as small as 1/20 H.P. Next I would check to see if there are any oiling ports on top of motor.Some do some don't. If yours does it should have a plastic or rubber plug. Remove plug and use 2-3 drops of fine grade oil,such as 3-in-1 oil.Reinstall plug and see if that helps. If no oil ports are available you can use a aresol cleaner rated for use on electrical equipment. If you can get to them I would also clean,spray and/or lube around blade shaft ends,wiping off all extra.Hope this helps.Thanks

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My washer had this problem,this is what I did.I took the front panel off by prying at the top of the seam with a large flat blade screwdriver.Once the panel was off I dicovered what looked like webbing around the pump cooling fins.Someone had washed a comforter with a hole in it and some of the polyester filling spun out over the tub and got tangled around the pumps fan blade and slowed the pump down.I cleaned it out and put it back together and it's been fine ever since.

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You are in position to visualise the fault as the blades are turned so that the nosie is seen . It can be from rubbing of the fan leaf, slipping of the blades from the shaft, or a possible vibration.
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This will take some work, and some elbow grease, but what happened is the motor bushings most likely seized. Try turning the blades with your hand. If they are stiff, the bushings are seized. What you will have to do is take the fan apart. First by removing the blades, then by taking the motor off of the frame. Then depending on the type of bolts/ screws that hold the motor together, remove them. Then split the motor apart by taking a flat blade screwdriver and sliping it between the two pieces of the motor and turning it so they slip apart. then once the motor is apart, shine up and clean the motor's shaft so it is clcan and shiny. then do the same for the bushing/ beringholes in the motor's casing. then drip some oil in the berings, and on the motor shaft, and put the motor back together. then put it back on the frame, and plug the fan in. turn it on. the shaft should just spin without any help. if this does spin, put the blades back on, and put the guard back on. Then you sucessfully rebuilt the motor and the fan!

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Acer 5610 is getting hot and keeps shutting off.

The fan may have gone bad. Turn the laptop on and put your hand on the bottom where the fan vent is. If you can't hear the fan turning or feel air coming out, the fan is probably bad and will need to be replaced. (Hopefully it hasn't caused any hardware damage and once you replace the fan it should work fine.)

If you can hear the fan spinning but can't feel any air coming out, the duct might be blocked or clogged with dirt. Turn the computer off and blow some compressed air into the fan from about a 45 degree angle. If you feel comfortable opening the computer up, remove the screws from the bottom of the case and take the bottom off so you can get to the fan. Clean the fan blades with a dry lint-free cloth, or with a damp cloth and then dry the blades. Put the computer back together and hopefully the fan should spin freely now and blow air out the vent.

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Turn the fan around there are four screws on the backside of the grille. You will need a long philips head screwddriver.

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Okay I fixed mine. this is I what I did and it works now take the big blade and put it on a table, take the little blade and put on top of the big blade if you look closely at the big blade you can see where the little blade went, make sure you allign the blades. next take the white thing dont know what you call it bit it rotates the blades put that on the little blade, take the gold piece align with holes to the big blade and take the silver piece allign with holes and then put the screws back in. when you put it on the clipper make sure the white piece goes in the hole that rotates the blades and sould go in fine

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