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I have a HV-20G floor fan, And I have no contitnuity between the "white"--(common ) wire and the"red-low", "blue-mid", or "black-hi" wirres.I have 7.3 ohms between the blue&black and blue&red on a 200ohm setting and 11.8 ohms between the red&black with one lead of the 9uf cap disconnected "could this be the thermal fuse?" if so could you email me a wire diagram as to it's location .my email address is "dominic1061@hotmail.com" thank you.

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In that particular model, there is a small thermo fuse connecting the white wire and the yellow wire(there are 2 yellow wires coming from the capacitor). It's hidden in the coil so you can just cut the wick in that area an pull those two wires and you are going to see the fuse(small square shape one).

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SOURCE: Lakewood HV-18 fan... how to wire switch?

i got the same problem with the wires on this exact switch of the exact fan and aswell 5 to 10 years old heres the type of switch that this fan uses --> any idea? btw im checking the case where the velocitys are marked let me put u the order goes like the this
HIGH_ _ MEDIUM
OFF------ O ------ LOW
http://www.nelsonappliance.com/Lakewood+Switches+for+HV-18+Fan+%7C+HV-12+%7C+P25+Fan.html

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