Question about Ecoquest Flair Air Purifier
Most likely a lubrication problem. These motors can easily become "gummed up" from use. I normally would remove the motor and hold it with the shaft vertical, I would then apply a few drops or 3in1 motor oil just above the bushing (bearing) and allow gravity to move the oil into the bushing while turning the motor by hand. I would flip the motor over and do the same to the other bushing. This motor should spin quite freely. Do not over oil. once the motor is spinning freely, wipe any excess oil from motor and reassemble and test.
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Posted on Feb 12, 2009
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