Question about Lakewood 200I Floor / Box Fan
Posted by Anonymous on
Remove the front 6 screws and the front grill, then lay the fan on the ground and put your knees on the fan and grab under the hub of the blade and pull up while doing a rocking motion to pull the blade off. Then do the same thing that you did to the front grill to remove the back grill. You should see the hub on the back in the little circle in the middle of the motor. Buy some 3-in-1(Blue can) oil and put some oil where the shaft exits the motor. Also above the shaft area you should find some little "lips" insert oil in the top of those lips. Then attach the blade and spin it by hand for about 3 min. Assemble the fan and test it out. Hope this helps!
Posted on Mar 31, 2013
Usually these units have very inexpensive sleeve bearings that require little maintenance. Have you tried squirting a little WD-40 on the bearings?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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