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Our Lasko fan is a year old type wta, TP120 volt AC 60 Hz 0.38 amps Has been working all summer, went to turn it on a couple weeks ago and didn't work. Father took it apart to see if a wire lose or motor burnt out and was getting noise from motor and no lose wires, he is stumped. What do you suggest?

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