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Not right I would like to know the reason my fan when i have it on the highest setting the fan speed goes fast then slow over and over I have checked the plug wires the fan it self it looks fine, i have had this unit for 3 years now it has been doing it more often please give me help giantsfan118@verizon.net

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The controler electronics are probably failing, or the motors are starting to pull too much current. Get in contact with Bionaire to find out who their local service is in your area for parts and repairs.

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Posted on May 27, 2008

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