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Rotate It will turn a little but then starts to click i took the front cover off but really couldnt see anything is there a track or something it moves maybe it jumped off track thanks...

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Throw it in the junk.

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My bathroom Broan exhast w/light makes a constant clicking / tick tock sort of noise when the fan is not running. as soon as I turn the fan on the noise stops and then stops after I turn the fan off, only...

remove the cover and clean anything in the vent , check the fan for anything that could be touching it, as the back draft comes through the vent, something could just be touching the fan blade as this draft makes the blade turn slowly, which would create a ticking noise

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It just hums, the fan does not turn.

Make sure the power is off before doing anything. the motor may be clogged with dust, clean it out really good with a blast of air (air can bought at radio shack) get a can of WD-40 and squirt a little on both bearing ends and turn the fan until it feels easy to rotate. make sure no one is near the fan when you turn it on because some of the WD-40 may splash all over. If this does not work you may have to order another motor.

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The fan probably needs to be oiled? just stops

Does it slow down and stop after it has been running a little while (having had a chance to warm up?) Try this simple test with the fan cool and warmed up--- With the switch off, gently rotate the fan by hand. It should rotate very easily, and should coast to a stop not too abruptly. It should be about as free, and coast not quite as long, as the front wheel of a bicycle in good repair held off the ground. If it doesn't rotate freely, then yes, it needs oil. You might be able to get some oil on the bottom bearing without disassembly, so that's worth a try, especially if the fan is harder to turn warm than cool. If it's the same warm and cool, there's a good chance that there is hair wrapped around the shaft, and you will probably have to disassemble it to remove that - and while you are at it you can oil the top bearing. If it DOES rotate freely by hand, then you have a problem with the motor or the speed control, which is a whole other story.

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Put the fan away for the winter - Now it won't start!

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If it is tripping the breaker it has a serious load on it! You either have a dead short, like a wire being pinched by the cover, or pinched against the box or something like that, or a bad receiver. I really doubt that this is a receiver problem though. That would mean the load is all from the fan, and something would be smelling hot. If it tripps the breaker without the fan trying to come on, I would just about guarantee that a wire is being shorted to ground somewhere.

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Hello janeknows. The shaft of the fan motor may have a bearing gone bad. Follow these steps to locate problem. #1-turn power off by tripping the breaker, place your fingers on the shaft surrorting the blades & SLOWLY rotate the blades feeling for a catch or bump. A bump felt I suggest replacing the motor. No bump #2- remove the screws holding the cover supporting the control switches. Located among the wiring is a box with 2 or three wires. This is a capacitor. Note the info on the capacitor (1.4mf125v). Contact the fans Mgfr they may send you one for free if not visit your local hardware store and ask. Replace the unit using the wire caps in the unit or snip & strip the wire using new wire caps. Note witch wire went where. Turn power on and test operation.

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Taking apart the fan

Whew!! Finally figured this one out!
How to Clean Seville Classics Tower Fan
Approx Time: 1.5 hrs

Long Phillips head screw driver
Metal Skewer or very thin/sturdy screw driver
Empty egg carton (to keep track to the hundreds of screws)
Leatherman or small pliers

Make sure the fan is unplugged!

1.Filp fan over and remove the 2 larger screws that hold the pedestal together (keep screws organized)
2.Remove the 4 inner screws that connect to the base
3.Remove base
4.Unscrew the 6 screws that hold the lower rear cover
5.Remove lower rear cover
6.Unscrew the 4 screws around the underside of the fan case (in a half circle)
---Very Important in cleaning---
7.Replace pedestal! Yes all 6 screws (4) smaller inner screws and (2) larger screws
8.Stand fan upright (lower rear base cover removed)
9.At top of control panel (buttons) locate a small circular hole (top of fan) towards the rear handle
10.Take the skewer or thin/sturdy screw driver and stick it in the whole
11.Gently but firmly pop up the control panel. (it took some patience, working around the panel but it popped up.
12.Remove (4) screws and remove the secondary plate
13.Remove (3) larger screws toward the front of the fan and (4) smaller screws around the edge
---Leave the screws in the metal plate in place---
14.Remove the 3rd cover
---Now the fun part!!---
15.To remove the metal screen push the plastic front in slightly at the edge with the open plastic vents (this side doesn't have tabs). There is a bent edge that is held in place by the plastic screen on this side.
16.Continue to pry the screen backwards and push edge with tabs (side of plastic front with no vents) towards the front of the fan. There are 3 metal tabs that slide in the plastic front at that edge.
---The front plastic vent face should be left in place, all of the control wires run through it---
17.With metal screen off, you can use your vacuum (highly recommended) while you scrape the "turbine" with the toothbrush. There are a lot little turbine edges and they get quite dirty. Vacuum is a must!! In fact, I had mine running the entire time.
---The plastic turbine does not come off and must be cleaned in place---
18.Putting it back together!!! The metal screen tabs might have bent a little when you pried it off, I used a leatherman (pliers) to bend them straight. With patience you slide the tabs back into the plastic slots (working from the bottom up is best), slowly start to place the screen back around the fan. When you get to the side with the bent edge, you must push the plastic vent face inward (bottom up is easiest) in order to snap the screen around the edge.
19.Now, while not letting the plastic front slip from the metal screen, grab the plastic plate and slide it on top (make sure to get the metal rod back into the rubber gasket) and push down. This will hold the metal screen in place.
20.Put all the screws back in place and snap the control panel back on.
21.Remove the bottom pedestal in order to put the rear plate back on.
22.Replace the pedestal.

This is definately a fan made by engineers with disposable income that can afford to buy a new fan every year instead of cleaning it on a regular basis! I have had my fan for the past 4 years and always leave my windows open. After sometime, the performance when down, barely eeked out a breeze and shot dust bunnies on to my carpet. Often it would overheat and shut off automatically.

After all this time, I finally figured out how to clean it and boy, was I suprised how much dirt and junk this fan collects.

Hope this helps all the frustrated tower fan owners!!

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Hunter sprinkler head adjusting...

I googled Hunter sprinkler heads and where to purchase them. In my area (the East bay, Tri-Valley) in Nothern California.

I went to Ewing Irrigation in Dublin, CA and found the Hunter sprinkler heads there. The man working the counter got two for me and he demonstrated how to change the head by unscrewing it from the base at or just below ground level by removing the old one and screwing in the new head. He also showed me how to adjust them with the spray pattern. You will need the little tool that comes with the sprayer head.

Making sure the center arrow is completely to the left and rotate the head to the right then back to left. They are set to a 180% spray pattern from the manufacturer. If you want a bigger pattern you turn the adjuster toward the ( + ) side and if you want less pattern you turn the adjuster to the ( - ) side. He showed me how to install the red sprayer inserts by simply pushing them in the cavity making sure the little u shaped indentation is pointing up to allow for the set screw to go through to adjust the spary.The spray varies in distance and amount of water being emitted from the head depending upon the insert used.

I was able to replace the Hunter head, adjust the spray and changed out the insert a few times until I found the one I liked. I used needle nose pliers to remove the initial spray insert that the man @ Ewing installed until I found the one that worked best.

I found using needle nose pliers makes it very easy to grasp the little inserts for replacing.

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