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My patton fan model#pab06 is running slow i cleaned it it will run without the blad but as soon as you put the blade on it wont turn

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    I have the same issue, and the issue is the blade. The plastic teeth are worn out or broken, so the motor turns, but the blade won't. I am looking for the blade, but out of luck. I just need to get a longer pin and it should do the trick.

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I have one of these pieces of junk. The motor swarmed, so the rest of the fan is perfect. I'll sell it for $10.00 plus shipping.
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The thrust bearing or ball is worn out or missing. When you tilt it, the motor shaft spins freely. When you set it down, the shaft goes to the rear and creates drag on the motor.

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The grill is in two halves with the back half attached to the motor. The front with the round patton insignia removes easily by applying leverage with a screwdriver. There are eight spots (at least on mine) where it clips. Be sure to remove any disposable plastic fastener holding the two halves together. Its pretty easy.

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i have a good blade for model #u2-1887.

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