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Reddy heater 110,000 btu forced air portable kerosene

Plug it in and it just hums. Fan turns freely.

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  • Jameason Dec 07, 2007

    Tried this, fan will not turn.

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Try this, take off the top cover. plug in the heater and when the humming starts, rotate the fan sharply with a screwdriver. keep your fingers away from the fan. if the fan spins under power your start winding is shot. get a new motor. www dot desatech dot com

Posted on Dec 06, 2007

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    THOMAS MIERZWA Dec 08, 2007

    without power it turns, with power it does not turn?? the motor is locked up get a new one.

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    ray mcholland Nov 18, 2014

    turn easy but does not run with help or any way

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Motor turns easy by hand but still does not run

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