This fan is from about 5-10 years ago. Took it apart to use the motor for something else and the wires popped out of the switch... it is a 4-position switch (off low med high) there are the 2 white wires leading to outlet plug) (not sure where to put them) and a green ground. the switch has four colored wires coming from motor into switch: black, blue, red, white.
The black and blue wires are in place in position - blk-1, blu-2, which leaves the red and white wires to put in position L or 3 but since I don't know wiring I'm not sure if these are supposed to go here (and which) or in the additional two slots (which for the moment I'm assuming are for the white cord/extension/outlet wires).
I got the same problem with the wires on this exact switch of the exact fan and aswell 5 to 10 years old heres the type of switch that this fan uses --> any idea? btw im checking the case where the velocitys are marked let me put u the order goes like the this HIGH_ _ MEDIUM OFF------ O ------ LOW http://www.nelsonappliance.com/Lakewood+Switches+for+HV-18+Fan+%7C+HV-12+%7C+P25+Fan.html
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not same model number .but on my beko....i had to remove side panel.........remove element cover remove motor fan inside fan opening is 4 small bolts,. remove them..... ,.they hold motor to back plate...on front of machine.remove front fan.....then from side panel..remove plastic motor covering and wire harnes...then the motor just pulls forwards remove back plate...and machine bearing...put new belt on.... manover motor back inti place then refit as you took apart..........
I own a Marvin model 1220 box fan since 10 years ago. The stand broke on the hooks part. I need the buy the same, please help me on this. It is out of stock in the Internet. This fan is fantastic, but need to keep it clean so the blades don't slow down do to dust
Dan, did you check the circuitry and relays to the motor, as was suggested on March 29th? If the motor can't get power it won't work. It seems, that this may be the problem, since you took the motor apart and there were no broken gears and all other electrical devices work. The other resolution was to contact R.H.Peterson Company, the manufacturer for more information, if all else failed.
Sometimes aftermarket systems will have an in line fuse. If that's not it, look around on the blower box, for some wires going to a connector that is held to the blower box with a couple of screws. It's the blower motor resistor. It could be that or the switch.
ok, what I meant was is it a live wire. Assuming it is and setting it aside, The other three must be leaving the switch. Hot in and three out for different speeds. The speeds are controlled downstrean on each wire either by resistors or motor design. The fan motor(s) are grounded at their mounting locations. So, touch the hot wire to each of the others one at a time to confirm. Then, turn the switch to low and insert the hot wire into a terminal until the one that that turns the fan on is found. Turn the switch off to confirm control and then turn switch to confirm control of the other two speeds. No need to worry about shorting anything, The ground would be your only fear and it's far remote. Good luck
How do I clean my Cyclone or Air Companion™?
Lay the fan face up on a flat surface. The front grill should be facing you. Remove the screws from the rear grill. Place a flat-head screwdriver into the gap between the front and rear grills. Pull the front grill towards you, exposing the fan blade. Do not remove the knobs on either side. Then, wipe the blade with a soft, damp cloth. Use a mild detergent if necessary. Be sure not to touch the motor. Click here to download product instruction sheet.
Assuming "Window Unit" with rotary switch. L1 (smooth part of line cord) to thermostat 1, thermostat 2 to overload (black disk) from overload to Common( C) terminal on compressor. From Run (R) terminal on Compressor to Common (C) terminal on dual capacitor. From Start (S) terminal on Compressor to "Herm" terminal on capacitor. From fan motor to # 4 on switch = Medium Speed, to # 6 on switch = High Speed, from fan motor to # 7 on switch - Low Speed. Brown wire from fan motor to (F) on dual capacitor, white wire from fan to (C) on capacitor and L2 (ribbedwire) (N) to (C) on capacitor
Sounds like the radiator fan might be staying on and not switching off causing the battery to drain when you're parked. Could be a defective fan switch or more complicated the wires going to or from the fan module or the fan module itself.