Question about Lasko Heating & Cooling
I don't think it's going to be a motor issue, these fans have a round plastic gear in them that commonly go bad. remove the bottom cover by removing (5) phillips head screws, then unwind the power cord from the cord holder rembering the path, then remove the (3) large phillips screws, then just slide the base of the fan off and the gear is right there. if the gear is bad, you'll know cause there'll be pieces of plastic everywhere and the teeth on the gear will be rounded off. have fun. oh, for the part, i suggest contacting lasko at www.laskoproducts.com
Posted on Jul 01, 2012
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