Question about Royal Sovereign ARP-3012 Air Conditioner
I've had the same problem. I assume that the wind, from outside, blew off the lower blower flan blades. The pieces that came out when the AC kicked shows that the fan blades are only held by one end and stand on a disc like candles on the outer rim of a cake.
It's the only plausible explanation I could find since there is nothing else that could have gone into the fan the break it.
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Posted on Sep 05, 2010
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