Question about Air King 9119 Stand (Pedestal) Fan
Yes, that is a capacitor...exactly where is it located? It could be a starter capacitor. Try this, plug it in and turn the switch on then push one of the fan blades in the direction it would normally turn; if the fan starts up then it is definitely a starter capacitor issue. Unless you have extensive electrical/electronic experience, I would advise you to not try to repair this on your own, rather bring it to a reputable appliance repair shop in your area.
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
Testimonial: "Hi, Thank you for responding! I performed your test but it wasn't the cap. However, the motor looked dirty and its shaft doesn't turn freely. "
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