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Vornado dvth lights are on but no fan

Has power and cycles through the digital menu on top, but it is not blowing

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  • FluffyTW Mar 12, 2009

    Mine has the same problem. It works for a while and then I find the fan stopped. After unplugging it for a while and fiddling with it starts working again. The meager 1-year warranty has expired, so I opened it up and took a look inside. Nothing seems burnt and the connections look okay at a glance..

  • e4ic Mar 23, 2009

    I have the same problem - lights up through the cycles but no fan. I even tried the unplugging trick but no luck at all.

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I would call Vornado at 1-800-234-0604. They have great customer service- and usually have really good warranties with their products. I bet they can get you figured out. Any time I have had any questions, they have been very helpful. Vornado is also on Twitter, by the way - so if you "tweet" then some people ask questions via twitter too. I have always had good luck with their fans...

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