Question about Lakewood Dryers
All you need to do is take off the cage and blade. There should be a little space in between the shaft and the hole it goes through. That's the front bearing of the fan. Put some oil(3-in-1 blue can oil or zoomspout) in that area and if you can take off the motor and oil the back opening. Reasemmble the fan and run it for a little bit.
Posted on Mar 31, 2013
It's probably not a good idea to lubricate your fan, as a wet lubricant will cause dirt to bind to moving parts in the motor which will in turn act as an abrasive causing the motor to prematurly fail.
The fan it's self should be sealed at the factory and provide years of mantenance free use.
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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