Question about Emerson (33416-78414) Fan
Check the set screw of your fan blade. tnx
Posted on Jan 28, 2008
Sounds like it may actually be the bushing pack inside if the motor. Spinning the blade by hand is not going to spin it fast enough to hear the problem. If the unit is new, I would recommend returning it for exchange of a new unit. If it more than 1yr old, it's out of warranty and will be cheaper to just replace it rather than repairing it.
For less than $100 you can buy a newer, more efficient model. Depending on the size of the room is how should judge what unit to buy. An under sized unit will not pretty much nothing, except make noise and remove some of the steam. Remember to buy a fan with the lowest SONE rating as it will have the highest quality motor housing and best air removal.
Posted on Feb 28, 2011
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