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The unit has stopped oscillating. I would like to repair it.

Fan has low hours and is very clean.

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Kenstar star split 1ton Indoor and outdoor working

does the fan stop ? take the cover off the inside unit and look to see if it is freezing up ? if it is let defrost for a hour or more , till all of the ice is gone, make sure the fins are clean, so air can flow threw good, and try it again. if only half of the radiator (evaporator) freezes up. the unit is low on Freon, and will need to be charged
now if the fan stops it might mean the fan is going bad, and might be oiled,BUT this can be a difficult task, and the fan and motor taken to a local electric motor repair shop and ask them if they can see if they can add some oil to the mops or felt, that you think they are thirsty. this lack of oil, if caught soon enough can be saved, if it's too late it might have destroyed the bushing (like a bearing) and the motor will need to be replaced.. well good luck with it hope it's just a freak freeze up, and goes back to working for you.. jay the pool pump motor repair guy in longwood florida .. give me a review if'n I was of help.

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I have a Holmes HAS1650 stand up fan and I need to know how to get it to quit rotating.

Not sure what you mean by "stop rotating"

I assume you mean to stop oscillating. There should be a knob on top of the motor housing that you push down to oscillate and pull up to stop oscillating.

If you mean to stop the blades from spinning there should be a fan speed control knob on the top of the motor housing that you turn to "O" to stop the fan.

Here is an instruction manual for a similar fan...

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you didn't indicate exact model but here is what the AGS is for.
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2. Low gas supply pressure. 2. Identify and repair incorrect supply pipe size or
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Refer to qualified service personnel.
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Refer to qualified service personnel.

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I am not getting cold air inside and I have a build of "dry ice" on the unit outside?

You have iced up your unit. Turn Tstat to off fan to on. This will thaw unit in a couple of hours. NOW The reason for the ice up condition has to be found. Low on gas,stopped up filter,stopped up evap.(inside) indoor fan inop. Start with simple first check filer,If you can see the evap coil see if it is stopped up. To charge the unit if low on gas you have to call a service tech. Ask for free estimate so you will know up front what it will cost. Remember if you add gas there is a leak. Make sure your tstat setting is not to low. If the evap coil is dirty you can clean this yourself. Use a stool brush with soft fiber. spray with 409 let soak and brush clean your coil. Rus

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Probably damaged the fan blade. If plastic, it could be missing a blade or maybe cracked. If metal, probably bent. I would ttry to get an eyeball on it while it''s running to see just what's up. Fan motors are usually pretty durable and last quite awhile.Good Luck and hope this helps.

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The speed control switch which is what the cord is attached to has gone bad. You can get these from for the dayton line of fans.

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Venta 207 digital humidifier

Caring For Your Venta-Sonic Humidifier
Always unplug the unit before cleaning!
When to Clean Your Humidifier
 Clean your humidifier weekly or more often during heavy use, depending on your
individual water quality. Clean your humidifier before storing and after long periods
of storage.
 When cleaning the inside of your unit, keep water away from the air outlet. Exterior
may be wiped with a damp cloth when unit is off and unplugged.
Cleaning the Oscillator and Water Sensor
 Turn off the unit and unplug power cord. Remove tank from base and empty
reservoir in base. Use cleaning brush provided in base to clean off mineral deposits
and sediment from oscillator and water sensor. Do not scrape or clean with tools
that have metal parts. Be careful to not damage the surface of the oscillator.
ATTENTION: Damage to the oscillator may cause the unit to not work properly.
 The oscillator (ultrasonic transducer) is highly sensitive. Keep this important part
clean and treat gently. Do not touch the oscillator while the unit is operating.
 Do not use soap, cleaning agents, detergents, or other chemicals for cleaning the
tank and humidifier.
 After cleaning fill water tank (see instructions above) and return tank to base.
Storing the Venta-Sonic
Switch off and unplug power cord from A/C outlet. Empty remaining water from base
and tank. Clean tank and unit (see for instructions above). Make sure all parts are
thoroughly dry—allow at least 24 hours to dry. Leave the filling cap of the tank
loosened. This will keep the cap and gasket from sticking together. Pack Venta-Sonic
in original packaging and store in a cool and dry place.

You can find your manual at this link:

Good Luck.

Apr 03, 2008 | Venta VS 100 Humidifier

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