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FAN HEAD WON'T STAND UP STRAIGHT BECAUSE IT SEEMS TO HAVE BEEN KNOCKED LOOSE?

As the video shows, the fan head seems to have become disconnected from the stand. Can I fix this without spending any money?

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You need to take the blade off and glue the metal attachment that makes it stand and move

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    Thank you very much for your reply. Which metal bracket are you speaking of?

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