Question about NMB Technologies Fan Motor Case Cooling Fan
This is one of four fans in a tanning bed that only has 500 hours of use!
The Tanning Bed has been very well maintained and has lots of clearence for adequate ventilation!
Most Likely a bearing is going bad in the fan - unfortunate with such low hours - but probable. Make sure nothing is hitting the fan blades on either side of the fan - if not, then definitely a bad bearing and the fan will need to be replaced. Wolff Tanning carries them in stock at www.wolfftanning.com
Posted on Jun 09, 2010
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