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In the model number... I'm not sure of the fx and ms, but the 80 and 25 is a standard 80mm case fan that is 25mm thick. I tried a standard .2amp case fan that I had on hand and the circuit board did not like that..it got hot. I got on ebay and looked at dozens of 12v 80mm fans until I found one that was 0.09amps. That was as close as I was able to find without much more looking. The fan works very well although not quite as much airflow as the new crane humidifier that I put next to it but it doesn't overheat and does the job for about 7 bucks.
Hello, if you mean the motor runs fine without the drum in place then it could be that the drum is not properly seated on the small motor shaft, also alot of times i see that the motor runs fine but once the drum is in place it skips and does not move due to the gear and shaft inside the motor being slightly craked or broken. If the drum is seated properly than the motor must be replaced.
1. Disconnect the dimplex aircon from the power source.
2. Dismount the motor driving the fan from its mounting.
3. Mark the motor lead wires accordingly.
4. Disassemble the motor, and replace the bearings.
(Take note of the bearing number located at sides)
5. After replacing the bearings, assemble the motor,
and have it remounted in place.
6. Reconnect the wires and palce an electrical tape
at the bare joints.
7. Conduct a test run of the unit..
Hpoe this helps.
Sounds like your motor bearings are going bad. If at all possible lubricate the motor bearings using a few drops of a NON detergent oil. If the motor has sealed bearings with no oil ports then you should replace the blower motor.
Unplug the machine and take both the water jugs off. Take the motor unit off and flip it over. Plug it into an outlet and press down the small silver contact at the bottom of the motor. When you press this down, a connection is made and the motor should turn on (Don't worry about being electrocuted, this is perfectly safe). If the motor turns on and runs at various fan speeds, you know it's not an issue with the main unit.
When looking at the base, on the left side you'll notice a plastic piece sticking up that's held down with a plastic shroud and 2 screws. This is you water level sensor. When the water level raises up, this also rises and hits the silver contact on the bottom of the motor. Make sure this isn't binding up(I suggest you clean it) I had the same issue with my HMC-6012i, lights were on at the indicated humidity level but the motor would never run. Take the unit apart, clean it out and follow my instructions. It should fire up (Mine is running right now :) )