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Problem with a Lasko 3440 Floor/Box Fan.

I have a problem with a Lasko 3440 floor/box fan. There has been some dust buildup and recently, the blade has stopped spinning both freely and under power. If anyone has any recommendations on how to fix this, that would be appreciated.

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  • wsumitsu03 Apr 03, 2009

    pinballer2 I also have the same problem with the same fan. Some nasty buildup! Hope we find a good answer

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Light is on ,but there is no movement from the fan. I think I need a fan motor.Lasko 20" fan motor part #3440.

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