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My lasko mod 2554 fan powers up but the fan will not work. The fan oscilates and the ionizer and timer lights all work.

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It is possible that the main capacitor is faulty and so the coils is not enerrgised to start.
So check winding and check the capacitor for open.
Test capacitor by charging both the pins to mains voltage and shorting the pins to see if charge is retained.If retained the capacitor is good, if not replace.

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