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The hand held unit of my ergorapido works, however when in the stick the unit will not work, it seems to fire up then stops


check under neath to see if the bel is connected or it broke if its not sucking im not really sure how to answer that ive never had that happend it can be a wiring issue or switch it sounds like it can be the switch might need replacing the power or the pedal that unlocks it from the stick mode might be pinching somthing that stops it

Dec 05, 2014 | Electrolux EL1022A Ergorapido 2-in-1 Stick...

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Need to replace fan blade. doi just the other blade off or do i need a tool


You should be able to get the fan off w/ a small screwdriver & some needle nose pliers for the metal clamp that holds the fan onto the shaft. Look on Google for suppliers to get a new fan & clamp. It shouldn't be expensive.

Apr 04, 2014 | Ecoquest Breeze AT Living Air Purifier

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Fan is not coming on


The motor spins on brass bushings. you can try oiling the brass bushing. take off the front grill then gently pull off the fan blades. you need to oil the motor center shaft lay it on its back so the oil will run down into the bushing(not to much and use a light oil). there is one on the back of the motor also, this one is a little harder to get too. if this dont work you need a new motor. you can get on off of ebay cheaper. the motor should be replaced by some kind of tech savey person, as the are delicate and a very specifice disassemble procedure.

Jul 07, 2012 | Alpine Air XL-15 Air Purifier

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How do I fix the noise?


let it dry completely, disassemble as you would for cleaning, and remove filter unit. Inspect to make sure no paper or other debris like a seal has been dislodged. If you can see fan blade, see if it will turn with filter removed. If it moves easily, reassemble carefully and make sure the contacts are oriented correctly and any charcoal filter is on place as well. Try unit.

If noise persists, the unit has to be opened up to inspect bearings of fan/motor and to locate and remove any debris. At that time a drop of light sewing machine oil or pellet gun oil to lubricate the bearings is a good idea.

Jan 23, 2012 | Air Purifiers

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My Fan is somehow loose and gets jammed. I don't see how the fan metal bracket fastens to anything and therefore is sort of floating loose and the blade keeps rubbing up against the plastic...


Fan should not be rubbing up against anything. I don't think the fan is secured properly to the motor shaft. Tighten down the metal clip that holds the fan onto the shaft. Make sure it's not back too far.

Jul 14, 2011 | Ecoquest Breeze AT Living Air Purifier

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I cleaned my Flair air purifier, The motor turns on but not the fan even after lubricating the fan shaft and giving the fan blades a little push. Any suggestions on how to get this going?


The Flair is no longer manufactured nor serviced by EcoQuest, and the company is now Vollara. If what you're hearing is the fan motor (there is no other motor associated with this machine), it might mean that either it's totally seized up, or that the oil just has not penetrated deeply enough.
1) Turn the machine over and remove the large screw in the bottom. The chassis will then slide out (I assume you've already done this in order to reach the fan shaft.)
2) Firmly pull on the fan blades near the center in order to pull them free of the shaft.
3) Turn the chassis on its back, so the fan shaft points up. Drip a small amount of lightweight oil (sewing machine, hair clipper, 3-in-1) on the shaft and turn it manually to work the oil down the shaft. Continue doing this if you feel the shaft loosening up.
4) Set the chassis upright, tilt it forward, and drip a small amount of oil on the rear opening to the fan shaft. Continue manually turning the shaft and tilting the machine to work the oil in.
5) Replace the fan blades and turn on the machine, depressing the safety switch manually, to see if the fan will begin to turn.
If it won't turn, it might mean that the fan motor is entirely seized up. You may be able to find a local small appliance repair person who could replace that motor.
Your other option is to call Vollara customer service at 800-989-2299 and ask them to explain your options. Use #16618 if you need a dealer referral number.

Feb 11, 2011 | Ecoquest Flair Air Purifier

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Fan motor making noise. Can I get a replacement fan?


If the "noise" is a fluttering sound (like fan blades are engaging housing or other internal structure), you need to trace this and clean or adjust it internally so it doesn't hit stuff. Cleaning it periodically (monthly) should be a given.

If the fan motor itself is grinding/losing a bearing, you will need to replace the motor. Note that there are different models/configurations for various models, you need the right one. I used to buy mine direct from EcoQuest, but they've changed owners in the last year, don't know if they still sell them as parts.

I think you can find motors on the Web, but you'll pay a premium price for single units, better to buy a used purifier off eBay/craigslist or find one at a garage sale, and cannibalize it.

I think I have one fan motor left in-stock (new); I can check to see if it's the right version if you want. I'd want $30 for it, plus shipping - you can likely do better than that if you're willing to hunt.

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Dec 02, 2009 | Alpine Air XL-15 Air Purifier

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Do I need a new fan blade if I replace the fan or will the old one go back on fairly easy? Ecoquest fresh air


If you need to replace the fan motor, the fan blade can be removed by grasphing the center hub of the fan and pull the fan straight out of the purifier. I remove it every time I clean my machine, since it easy to clean it once it is removed.

Nov 21, 2009 | Ecoquest Fresh Air Air Purifier

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Honeywell HFD 135 FAN BLADES DIRTY


I used a can of compressed air to clean my fan blades and this did the job. I bought a 6-pack of 3M Dust Remover at Sams Club to save money. Hope this helps.

George

Dec 18, 2007 | Kaz Honeywell QuietClean HFD-135 Air...

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