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I just purchased this fan from Target. It doesn't turn on. I unscrewed some screws and ...there is no connection from the base to the fan. There seems to be a lot missing from the motor too. My guess is someone bought it and removed all the wiring. I love the look, the brand, and it's what I need. There are no more left at Target. How much would it cost to mail it to Hunter to get fixed?

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More than it's worth by a lot. I would go to target with the target SKU and have them find one at a different store and have it brought in for you. If it is the last one in all the world there is a reason. If you like the look, copy all its model numbers and such take a good picture of it and see if you can find one on the web. The shipping on the fan would be around 50 dollars and hunter would charge you full shop rate and parts as it is not their responsibility but Target's. If you wait too long you will have some trouble returning it, so I would choose your course of action soon. Hunter can help you find who has the model for sale if it's not one made specifically for Target. Good luck, Farmerbear at FixYa.com

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