Question about Lakewood HV 18-c Floor / Box Fan
Hi, I tripped over the power cord to my Lakewood in the dark, as it was running. I pulled the plug out of the outlet, but when I put it back there was no power going to the fan, and it seems completely dead. Is there an internal fuse or thermal trip that might need replaced / reset?
Thanks in advance
PS - I got laid off a few months ago, so would rather repair than replace
Maybe you tripped over it so hard you de soldered the wires form the inside. Have you openned it? Try it out if you didn't. Check the power cord and follow it all the way into the motor (with the motor openned). Check if one or both cables on the inside are desoldered.
Posted on May 09, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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