Question about Broan-NuTone N-8663RP Combination Light Fan Exhaust Fan
Blower wheel assembly gradually slides down away from nut-push on motor spindle, causing rubbing against motor base and eventual stopping of blower wheel. Solution?
Place the push nut below the blower wheel. Don't bother with the top. The centripetal force tends to push the wheel down. The push nut in this position will prevent this.
Posted on Dec 05, 2009
This happened on my fan too and the motor burned out from being stalled all the time. Try putting a spring retaining ring (E-ring or similar from someplace like smallparts) of the appropriate size on the shaft below the blower wheel to keep it from sliding down. Nutone should have done this themselves to begin with! (but I guess it helps them sell motors...)
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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