Question about Patton U2-1887HO Floor / Box Fan
Before you replace it, try oiling it -- look at the little oil hole on the back of the motor housing. Or try taking it apart and cleaning it, then oiling.
Did it work before, but gradually slowed down and then refused to start? See other threads on this topic for that fan model.
Posted on Sep 07, 2010
Patton fans have a fairly long warranty (1 to 25 years!) for their fans and they are in general pretty good with warranty (and out of warranty repairs): check with your local distributor/re-seller first or the even manufacturer. See link below:
Worst case scenario, look at the Yellow Pages (or equivalent) for 'Electric Motors Repair': they can rewind almost all burn-out electric motors and may even carry a rebuilt motor.
Unless you have a sentimental attachment to this particular fan, I would carefully do a cost benefit analysis in repairing you fan as the replacement motor cost (> $50?) could easily be more or the same as an equivalent new fan!
Posted on Jul 16, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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