Question about Vornado VH2 Compact Heater
When you first turn it on, the fan tries to move, ever so slowly, but never gets going. Sometimes it still heats up and other times I get nothing, no heat and no fan. What do I need to replace? Is it worth it or just buy a new one?
Generaly a problem like this ocures because of gummed up bearings
1.take apart heater
3.wipe of bearings
4.lightly oil bearings and shaft around bearings ## TO MUCH OIL COULD POSE A FIRE HAZARD :0
Posted on Jan 19, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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