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The motor on my fan seems to be laboring. It won't even start when it is on low speed. Medium speed is slower than it used to be. The fan is about 2 years old. Is there a way to lubricate it or is something else recommended? Hampton bay ceiling fan uc707st

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The regulator could be faulty. To check remove the two wires from the regulator and join them. If the fan runs full speed then the regulator is at fault. If not then probably what you think. But fans generally do not need to be lubricated for decades. So, I feel it is the regulator.

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