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Need to replace broken stand part

Holmes outdoor electric fan model number HPF 1151 need to replace pole between the fan head and base.

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SOURCE: I have a Holmes stand fan HASF2120 that has broken

you must replace the feet., for safety porpusse.,

Posted on Jul 02, 2010

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Hello cdelune. Glad to see you fixed the problem but Im having the exact same issue with the fan! Not sure what to do with the pole with the frayed ends and how to connect it with the plastic falanges. Ive been at it a while now so do you think you could help me out and post exactly what you did to fix it? Thanks.

Posted on Sep 04, 2010

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SOURCE: I have a Holmes electric

Here at fixya we don't sell any product or parts. We can advice you some online shop to find what you need. However in your case there in not any shop that selling any parts for the electric fan on stand not only for Holmes but any brand. The factorys they don't distribute any replacing parts to suppliers and they don't sell the direcly either.
So the only option you have is to mutch the screw cap with one of an broken fan that is mathing yours. You can even buy the simple moder with 16 inch and use the srew cup at link

Posted on Jul 29, 2011

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SOURCE: Hello. I have a stand (pedestal) Holmes fan,

Firstly please make sure that you connecting wire in not cut at any where and connection is good.
If your connection is ok then also it doesn't rotates then might be your coil has been burned and you need to replace its wiring and check the starter

Posted on Aug 18, 2011

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SOURCE: I had a holmes HPF

Hi Bill.

Holmes makes a very good fan.

You can buy a new one here:

http://www.overstock.com/Home-Garden/Holmes-HPF650-U-Oscillating-3-speed-Stand-Fan/3473589/product.html

Good luck from Detroit, MI.

Posted on Sep 28, 2011

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Holmes makes a very good fan.

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Hello cdelune. Glad to see you fixed the problem but Im having the exact same issue with the fan! Not sure what to do with the pole with the frayed ends and how to connect it with the plastic falanges. Ive been at it a while now so do you think you could help me out and post exactly what you did to fix it? Thanks.

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