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I need a replacement motor, 60 HZ 2.7 amp, for a Lakewood fan Model HV-217SPC

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My HV-271spc fan's motor won't turn the blade at either high or low speed. When disconnecting motor from blade i.e. removing belt, the motor seems to work fine. Likewise the blade revolves freely in the wind so does not seem bound up in any way. Is belt too tight or too loose? can you adjust tension? thanks for your help.

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Do you bypass the run capacitator on a lakewood model hv-18 fan with a 2.4 motor


More than likely it's not the start capacitor why your fan will not run this more than likely it's not the start capacitor why your fan will not run this lubrication try turning the fan motor by hand if it does not turn freely it's lubrication I have answered this another post.

more than likely it is lubrication spray WD-40 into the oil holes after you have unplugged the fan of course Keep turning the fan and you'll notice will start turning more freely apply more oil to the rear of the motor as this is an oil bushing you're putting more oil into

hope this solves your problem

May 03, 2012 | Lakewood HV 18-c Floor / Box Fan

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Troubleshooting lakewood fan model hv 18


This one the best brands on the market that I have ever owned.
If the fan motor will not turn on or hums and/or turns slowly more than likely its a lubrication problem.

1. Unplug the fan from the wall remove the 516 screws to the cage

2. Try turning the fan blade by hand if it is tough to turn more than likely it's a lubrication problem

3. You will have two oil holes one in the front one in the back spray WD-40 into these holes, turn the fan blade if it starts to free it up apply more WD-40 and keep turning the blade add more WD-40 until the blade turns freely. Especially in the rear oil hole because this is an oiled bushing that you are adding oil to. Once the fan is turning freely replace the front cage with all the screws plug the fan and I hope this solves your problem. You may add 3 in 1 oil or some other very light lubricating oil periodically.

I hope this solves your problem Mike

Mar 03, 2012 | Lakewood HV 18-c Floor / Box Fan

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Can i get just the motor?


Here is customer service for Lakewood
https://secure.jardenstore.com/ContactUs.aspx
Sometimes a replacement motor is more expensive than a whole new fan. I know, it seems a shame to throw out a whole fan because a motor is more expensive.

Feb 05, 2011 | Lakewood HV 18-c Floor / Box Fan

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All of the sudden my fan stopped working completely. It does have a lot of dust in it. It is 12 inches and says Model HV-9 C. I tried to plug it in several different plugs, still doesn't work.


take front off of fan. then blow the motor out good to get rid of dirt and dust. also when apart oil the front and back of armature, to make it run better.

Oct 20, 2010 | Lakewood HV 18-c Floor / Box Fan

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My lakewood high speed floor model HV-21T stopped running. After shutting off it started running again but shut off again and this time the motor and cage was extremely hot.Also are new motors available on...


Try replacing the "start-run" capacitor. It is the rectangular black box mounted on a tab next to the motor inside the cage, two wires attached (cut them close as close to the capacitor body as possible). Other symptoms include not moving at all with a hum, and getting very hot. The capacitor is a 5% tolerance 8 microfarad rated at 250vac. It doesn't have to be the exact form factor but it does have to be heat rated at or above 70C per design parameters of the fan.

WARNING! Make sure to protect the leads properly because this capacitor is connected directly to the power mains during operation. If one of the leads electrically shorted against the fan housing or cage could cause a catastrophic failure of the fan, and possibly a fire, and possibly give a nasty shock to whoever was switching on the fan at the time.

-Brandon

Aug 22, 2010 | Lakewood HV 18-c Floor / Box Fan

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Are replacement motors available for these fans? Lakewood HV 18 Lakewood HV 21 Lakewood HV 21T


mcdevito75 here, If the fan is not too old I would figure yes, but a replacement motor will cost as a new fan, if not more, then you have to install and the blades are a presss fit to the motor.

Jul 27, 2010 | Lakewood HV-18 Floor / Box Fan

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Does the lakewood fan have a fuse that can be replaced?


No, it is either the speed control, capacitor or motor. You can get parts, if it worth your time, try nelsonappliance.com and part # LW007JRMOTOR

Aug 26, 2009 | Lakewood HV 18-c Floor / Box Fan

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It seems like no power is going to the fan. it is completely dead when turned on


Fan is pretty simple, plug, cord, switch or motor. You can check the 1st 3 with an ohm meter. Just check for continuity, seeing if the different parts are good. If all are good, need new motor, or replace fan.

Jul 01, 2009 | Lakewood HV-12-c Floor / Box Fan

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No power getting to my Lakewood fan...


Maybe you tripped over it so hard you de soldered the wires form the inside. Have you openned it? Try it out if you didn't. Check the power cord and follow it all the way into the motor (with the motor openned). Check if one or both cables on the inside are desoldered.

May 09, 2009 | Lakewood HV 18-c Floor / Box Fan

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Lakewood HV-18 fan... how to wire switch?


My switch unit also fell apart as I took the back off and I didn't get to see the correct position of the switch. After much trial and error, I found this to be the initial "Off" position (see photo)
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Oct 13, 2007 | Lakewood HV 18-c Floor / Box Fan

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