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Parts sheet for mc42 fan

I need a parts sheet so I can order a new motor. Can you help me.
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Lakewood fan mc42 will not run on low speed change switch no help

hello Lamar baker i think the problem is the AC CAPACITOR is about 2 to 5 micro farad this is usually the problem if your sharp and bossing is clean and have oil...

Jun 22, 2015 | Lakewood Fans

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Need electric wire to plug into fan and then connect to electric outlet Where can I get one?

  • Lakewood is long out of business and a stock cord is going to be next to impossible to find. But I can help you save some money and some headaches trying to find a new cord.
  • If I remember right the 007 utilizes a simple two prong cord. The tip of the cord is simple the fatter end is your ground and the smaller end is the AC power feed. These fans don't draw to terribly much power either.
  • It is a rare occasion I would buy an original cord because they are so darn over priced. Here is what I would do.
  1. Go to your local hardware store and get a cord with a two pron tip on it. This may cost $6 top. Just a medium use cord will work for this fan.
  2. Now you will see the wires for the cord on the back of the fan motor. The hot wire is usually black (In the USA and Canada) The green wire is ground and the white wire is neural. (This is for a three wire setup. For two wire omit the white wire. The wires on your fan should be colored Black and Green. Just remember that black is the hot wire and the other is the ground.
  3. To make this less difficult the black wire off the fan will go to the wire that leads to the small end of the connector and the other wire (ground) will go to the wire (on the new cord) that tracks to the thick en of the connector. Placing your new cored flat and even makes this easier.
  4. You will need to soldier the ends (or crimp the wires together) and make sure you insulate them with liquid electric tape, shrink tube etc.
  5. Total cost should be less than $7.
  6. I did find one place that sells the 3 prong cord for the fans. If yours should be a 3 prong tip then this one will work too but if memory serves yours is a two tip cord.

  • If you have any questions or comments please feel free to ask but you won't find a stock cord just for this fan because they are out of business.
  • Hope this helps and thank you for using FixYa.

Regards, Tony

Jun 18, 2011 | Lakewood 007 Floor / Box Fan

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I purchased a reoplacemetn motor for my Nutone/Broan LS 100SE bath fan based on a reccommendation here. The new motor, part # 89169, came with five wires compared to the original motor's three. How do I...

The additional wires are for a starting capacitor, not included with the motor. The easiest way to hook-up is to order the Outlet Assembly p/n 88617000 (available at Coastal Tech Supply.) The assembly includes the capacitor, connector, and shroud; and will replace the existing outlet assembly in the housing. Minor electrical work is required to remove the old assembly and install the new one.

Mar 03, 2011 | Broan-NuTone N-LS100SE Exhaust Fan Exhaust...

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Daughter was shaking out her bed sheet when it hit the ceiling fan and all the lights went out, looks shorted. Do I need to buy a new light unit?

no, you don't need to buy another unit as long as your ceiling fan motor still in good condition. most probably the cause of the blackout is the overload of the fan motor when the fan blades entangled with the sheets and it trips the breaker due to over current.

if your fan still runs by now then it is ok. to be sure, have it checked for a qualified person.

Dec 29, 2010 | Hampton Bay 24002 Ceiling Fan

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I have a Nu-tone 8663 RP Combo fan and light. The unit has been a great unit for a good number of years. The fan is shot. Motor bearings I think. How can I get a replacement fan assy. ?

I just ordered a replacement fan motor for this same exhaust fan. I got it from here,
It's this one,


1.2 amps, 115 volts 60hz
1550 RPM; Shaft 1/4" x 1"
Rotation = CCW
3.3" Diameter Motor
2 Mounting Studs Opposite Shaft End
Motor Case Length 1 15/16"
2-Prong 115 Volt plug
For Model 8663RP, 8673RP
8664RP (86933-000)
86933000, JA2B104N, JA2B104
can substitute 99080517

Part # 86933


It's on the first page, and the 8th motor on the page at the time of this post. Hope this helps!

Oct 20, 2010 | Broan-NuTone N-8663RP Combination Light...

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My fan stopped working. I need just the motor/fan blade assembly which I removed from the housing. Can I get that part only.

You can replace the motor only .... yes.
You may get some new bolts with that, too.

Any auto parts store has the fan motor.. ($20)

If you have trouble removing the fan blade from the motor, the store will remove it for you (free).

Hope this helps!

Sep 10, 2009 | Fans

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Replace motor in Broan 678 bathroom fan

I ran into the same problem, Lowe's carries Broan exhaust vents. They had both a replacement motor for all generations of 678 fans for $18, and they also had the latest generation of the complete unit for $40. I bought the complete unit, which included the fan I needed. Just unbolted it from the new bracket and bolted it to the old one. The new light housing, trim piece, and lens also interchanged. The existing one was old and yellowed, so this made for a huge improvement. All done from in the living space as well.

Aug 11, 2009 | Broan-NuTone N-8663RP Combination Light...

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Where can i get a fan blade for the lakewood mc42 in fan

have a crack in one of the blades. Where do I get a new fan?

Jun 29, 2009 | Lakewood MC-42 Fan

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MC42 Replacement Fan Motor Part Number

ok If you take the info I asked for grainger is able to cross refrence it for you in case they dont have the particular model#

Thanks hope this helps Ya

Jun 23, 2008 | Lakewood MC-42 Fan

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