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There are only two places to lubricate a ceiling fan, the top and bottom of the armature that goes through the center of the motor. The blades in turn hook to this and rotate with it. The top of the armature, closest to the ceiling, is probably a little difficult to get at. The bottom of the armature is probably easier to get at. To do a complete job of lubricating both ends, the fan must be taken apart and cleaned of old lubricant which is then replaced with new. However, I have found that using a can of WD40 with the red extension nozzle is the best way to do it without taking the fan apart. Spray some WD40 at the lowest part of the armature supported by the motor housing. WD40 is better than oil because it penetrates better and it is less likely to cause a build up of dust and dirt that would cling to the oil.
Posted on Oct 13, 2010
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