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Ceiling fan motor locked up

Ceiling fan quit working. prchased 04/25/2006

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Replace ceiling fan motors will lock up its called normal wear
recommendation for a good strong long lasting ceiling fan
hampton bay
or hunter
my father put up fans some 16 years ago and still running strong

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