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Aloha Breeze 16" Vintage Stand Fan Model #46051 (46052) Serial #03156: Trying to open up the case to get to the motor, to try and replace a fuse or something that's making the fan not work. I got the bottom part off, the only thing I can't figure out how to take off is the Oscillator button on the top. How do I take that off?

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Pull hard. I have the same fan, motor stopped working too. but to get that part off just pull.

Posted on Jan 23, 2011

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Pull it up and you will see a **** in it, take a screwdriver and pry it and it will come off, I've got mine apart but don't know what to do to fix it

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It isn't worth fixing. I am on my second one which didn't last any longer than the first which was about 3-4 months. These fan motors are junk. First failure was a bearing and when it started failing, it was noisy. Eventually, the fan would not start because the motor didn't have enough torque to overcome the friction in the bad bearing.

The second fan was quiet but has NO starting torque....no unusual for fans generally, but I'll NEVER BUY another ALOHA BREEZE product again.

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