Question about Lasko 2554 WIND CURVE Fan
It's probably the motor. I doubt there's anything that can be done besides just live with it if it isn't too loud. If you were a tech guru, you might be able to take the motor apart and do something but otherwise, for us mere mortals, when something this serious goes wrong with something this inexpensive, it's either live with it or junk it and buy a new one.
Posted on Aug 16, 2010
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