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Blade broke where to get new one

Need new fan blade blade for a 16 inch lasko fan

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You can call by phone Lasko customer Service and Replacement Parts......1-800-233-0268.......givi them FAN info and they will ship you part..........................Also check, your product may be covered under WARRENTY or may be listed under product recall .......either will reduce your COST .....

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