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My electric fan is not rotating? what is the problem on it?

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Check your connections first look for some loose wiring or check if the plug is properly fitted or inserted into the outlet. If it doesnt solve the problem you may try to check if the fan is stock by spinning its shaft..put some oil into the bushing... If the fan is still not working the problem could be an open circuit on the magnetic wire probably due to overuse /overheating but if it has an overload protection you can try to twist its wire together and the problem is solved or maybe just replace it with a new overload protector.. or if worst u will have to replace or have a service for the rewind its motor.


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