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Need the bolt and tap that holds the blade on my rival food slicer model 1101

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I have a Model MOD-CAT-23785-380 Ceiling Fan. I broke the arm that holds one of the blades. I need a replacement.

Davd the "arm" is technically a "Blade Iron". You can find them at most Home Improvement Centers (Lowe's & Home Depot) as they both sell Hunter Fans and universal parts.

Hope this helped you and thanks for choosing FixYa.

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I want to take the blades off from the fan.

If you man handle the blade you will bend it out of shape and it will be worthless. If you beat on the shaft you will make it imposible to remove from the shaft. The correct thing to do is use sand cloth to remove the rust build up on the shaft and remove the set screws. Use a adjustable wrench to hold the shaft while you wiggle the blade off. Rust buster is a good thing to have on hand to help get that blade off. If it is a particularly tough blade I use a hollow piece of pipe on the hub of the blade to tap it loose without hitting the shaft. More Here

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My fan blades are completely broken off. can I get the new ones on myself? does the blade simply slide off and on the spindle?

Hi, and yes it has a collar on the prop that is either held on the shaft by a set bolt, or allen screw that holds it to the shaft. This must be a window/wall unit you have, sounds like it. Yes, you can do this, just take your time and it will slide off. Before you install the new prop, take a piece of sanding cloth and clean up the shaft. Add some oil and it will slide right on. Tighten the set screw and your all set. Spin it by hand to make sure it isn't hitting anything. Just take the old pieces, name, model, and serial numbers with you to a appliance parts store to get a new one. Good Luck to you.
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How do i do it myself to install outdoor bower motor condensor motor 1/4 hospower 350 rpm and also the 5 amp capacitor. If i keep the 10 amp capacitor is that a problem?

Turn off power in all cases. If you are replacing the orignal motor for the 1st time. It might be easier if
you cut the wires near the control box and then wire
nut them together and wrap with electrical tape.

Remove the fan cover and unloosen bolt that hold the
fan to the frame or whatever it might be. After fan is out spray some WD40 that holds the fan blade to
the motor shaft. Measure the distance from the fan
blades to the motor.

Unloosen the screw that holds the fan blade to the
motor shaft.Take sand cloth and try to clean up
the shaft below the blades. Try to tap the fan blade
down towards the motor.If it moves sand the shaft above the blades. Take channel locks and grip the shaft below the blades, try turning the fan blade while
holding the shaft until it spins freely and the remove.

If the motor came with a 5mfd capacitor use it.

Jul 01, 2010 | Heating & Cooling

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Cannot remove blades

hi! there,
there are two type of removing the blade of electric fan,one is there is a center knob with mark arrow loosen and tight direction at the center holding fan blade, this to lock fan blade on its shafting. to remove fan blade.loosen holder knob on clockwise direction while holding the fan blade,to release the knob check the arrow on the knob. after loosening knob pull out blade from the shafting.

the other type the fan blade has lock in bolt at the back side of the fan blade bolt in on the shafting of the fan, you need here a tools such as set of socket wrench small one to loosen the bolt
after loosening lock in bolt, pull out fan blade.

besure doing this tha electic fan was unplug to elecrtic source. have a nice day.just rate me,thank's

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Could be a loose blower wheel. It has slipped and touching the sides of the blower housing.
Turn off the power to the nit.
Remove the 2 bolts holding the blower in place.
Make yourself a wiring schematic.
Remove the wires.
Be careful not to touch the capacitor.
Remove the blower housing.
Clean the blower blades.
Spin the wheel to see where it is hitting.
Loosen the set screw on the motor shaft and adjust your blower wheel.

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I cannot find where the shear bolt goes on my snow thrower.

There will be an output shaft from the engine, that is linked to the blade assembly. Turn both slowly manually - The place where motion stops is the area that the shear bolt goes through.
This may be a pulley on a shaft, or more likely a larger shaft with a smaller shaft inside it. Look for holes either side of a tube - with a solid shaft inside. Once you have found the location - the old shear bolt may need to be tapped out with a pin drift. Rotate the shaft untill you see it.

The best way to look for it - is to design it yourself - where would you locate it?

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My tall Cinni standard fan isn't working. When you switch it on you can hear the motor trying, but the fan blades don't move at all. It's boiling today in my office, so we'd like to know what might be up...

Stage 1: unscrew 2No. top and bottom nut/bolt put to one side, lift 4No. hinge clips and remove front cage.
Stage 2: partially unscrew spindle screw on fan body then slide fan off spindle.
Stage 3: plug in fan turn to setting '1' (lowest setting, the motor will hum but not rotate) now with a hammer 'carefully' tap the spindle so that it is aligned within the housing, it may need to lo left, right, up, down whatever direction it needs to sit centrally withing the bushes of the front and rear housings. Then tap the end of the spindle which sometimes re-engages/realigns the spindle within the rear bush.
Stage 4: reverse of stage 2 & 1
Good luck

Jul 01, 2008 | Heating & Cooling

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- Check if the fan blade is not broken or unbalance fan blade.
- Check if bolts are tight enough.
- Check if the fan motor rubber grommet is complete and balance.
- Check also compressor rubber grommet is complete.
- Re tight all screws and bolts on the condenser unit.
- Check the condenser installation if balance.

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