Question about Lakewood 16" Stand Fan
How does the cover that holds the switch come off?
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
Posted on Jun 04, 2008
Manufacturers are prone to hide screws for cosmetic reasons. See if there is a stick-on label around the switch area. If so, feel across the face of the label for holes behind it. If there are, use an ice pick or small screwdriver to poke through the label and see if there are screws in the holes. If screws are there, removing them will probably allow you to remove the switch cover.
Posted on Mar 15, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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