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Replacement wheel for Lakewood Heater Model 7101


I did the drill think once. but today when trying to repair an old Lakewood 7101, I removed the two screws holding the front cover in place (top and bottom). the cover slides down and out. and underneath I see a large plug that can be unscrewed to drain or fill the heater!

Sep 02, 2012 | Lakewood Heating & Cooling

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How to clean lakewood 2210 fan


Hi, if you look inside the grill from the back side, you will see there are small snaps inside near the edge of the cover. The snaps go around the entire cover and are about 3-4" apart.
I used a flat tip screwdriver to get push the tab up from the back and the inside of the grill. When you push up the tab a bit, then slide a small flat tip screwdriver on the outside lip of the front grill. You will have to do this all the way around until the cover snaps off. Putting it back on is a breeze because it just snaps together.
***AS ALWAYS SAFETY FIRST !! NEVER WORK ON ANY APPLIANCE When it is plugged in !! ***
Hope this helps.... =) good luck

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How to remove cover to clean


Aint there a screw or clip of some sort to unscrew or unclip? If you can use a high powered air compressor used for cleaning pc hardware, that should do the trick

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Are replacement motors available for these fans? Lakewood HV 18 Lakewood HV 21 Lakewood HV 21T


mcdevito75 here, If the fan is not too old I would figure yes, but a replacement motor will cost as a new fan, if not more, then you have to install and the blades are a presss fit to the motor.

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wires should be color coded. You can go to the hardware store and pick up some crimp connectors

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How to remove fan cover


Hi, although mine is currently not working I was able to take the cover off by loosening the six screws that hold the front grill on - the screw heads are visible around the edge of the outer ring.

Good Luck

Keith

PS - there are then four (I think) which fasten the back grill to the motor

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Lakewood 16" Pedestal Fan- Control Switch gone bad (probably)-


I have seen a number of oscillating fans where the push-pull knob just pulls off. It will require a serious pulling effort - straight up. Do Not use any tools. You may have to have a helper hold the fan while you pull the knob.

After the knob comes off, push the shaft back down with your finger to allow it to clear the housing.

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To repair 18" lakewood stand fan mod.#HV-18-p


unplug the fan!
1 remove the six screws that hold the front grille on.
2 use an allen wrench to loosen the screw that secures the fan blade assembly to the motor shaft. (screw is between the blades and the motor and it is on tight, make sure that you do not bend the fan blades, this would cause balance problems)
3 remove blade
4 you will now have access to the screws that hold the motor cover in place.
5. when reassembling make sure that the strain relief (or knot in the cord on some models) is inside the motor cover, and that wires are not being pinched.
6. Good luck

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