I love the 02 Cool rechargeable/battery operated fans and have them running in my home and office daily. However, they do have a limited lifespan. I get about 6-9 months of daily use before the fan motor goes dead and the blades stop turning. However, I'll keep buying them. I live in an area where we frequently lose power and the rechargeable/battery operated feature pays off when it does so on a hot day.
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Is it powered thru a light switch? Sometimes those do just quit. You can remove the old switch & replace it. Go to Lowe's/Home Depot, the switch itself is fairly inexpensive (probably less than $5). Remember to turn off the breaker to that room/switch before you do anything. The installation itself is simple - just wire + to + and ground it. Did you notice any kind of noise/smell before it stopped working? If the motor is burnt out - just replace the whole fan (unless you feel like tinkering with breaking it down & finding a replacement motor). Sometimes the lite switch on the fan itself will go out - parts for that can be found at about any larger hardware store, but sometimes that's not an easy repair (depends on what type of lite kit is on the fan). However, if that were the problem -it would not cause the blades not to turn, it would only keep the lights from coming on. Try replacing the light switch that turns the fan on/off first (the one on the wall, not on the fan itself) - hopefully that'll solve it for you. Good Luck.
You need to balance the fan. This is partly due to the blades not being quite at correct angles around the fan as the screws allow some movement and the weight of the blades. Balancing these can be really frustrating with the trial and error method.
If the wieght if each blade is not the same this can also cause problems. Adjsut weight for test by putting heavy rubber bands around suspectect light blades as a test.
Hi ,,, replacement switches for ceiling fan lights can be found at most appliance or building supply stores. Try Home Depot, Ace, Lowes. Make sure that you get the correct switch. With a single lamp you only need an on/off switch.
if it was my i would be looking at the drive belt and the water pump give these websites a try www.autozone.com and www.alldatadiy.com if all fails stop by your local library and get your hands on a Haynes auto repair Manual for your car or stop by your lincoln dealership in the service department and ask for the manger but please do not keep trying to drive the car cause it will do damage to the engine nice car wish you the best of luck Michigan Man.
The whistling is caused by the air circulating fan located just behind
the light. It is easily accessed by removing the light cover and the
two small hex screws above the light. To stop the whistling I simply
turned the freezer off and pulled the fan cover out slightly to reveal
the fan blades. I then pushed the blades down, toward the bottom of the
until the blades stopped and i could feel the shaft slightly protruding
from the top of the blades. Repositioning the blade has stopped the
incessant whistling. Hope this helps!