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Motor replacement Weather work pedestal fan not working. I opened up the motor, saw stator and rotor, greased up the rotor ends and applied WD40 on stator. I put it back together but the fan still doesn't work. Please help.

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Sorry. That's what happens when you buy a store brand.

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Go to this link and find the dealer local to you; http://hamptonbayinfo.com/Product.aspx?pid=9eb435cd-4f97-4074-bdf3-630f1efd7a83&cid=791075 They should be able to either supply parts or tell you where to get them. Hope this helps, sorry for the delay but there are more problems than experts available at the minute :)

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you may be able to get a replacement motor in your area,but it will most likely cost as much as a completley new fan.these type motors in my area usually run around 100.00

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