Question about Lakewood 16" Stand Fan
Similiar problem on my 16" Lakewood Pedestal Fan, Model 1645-DX.
The control switch has probably gone bad, but it is not so straightforward as to getting the plastic motor cover removed to expose the switch. One Philips head screw loosens the plastic cover, but the cover remains "captured" by the "Push-pull Knob" which engages the oscillator gear (box) attached to the end of the motor (shaft). The Push-pull Knob does not seem to detach by "unscrewing." It can be rotated freely, which doesn't remove it. As these components are molded plastic, but are not "fiberglass" strengthened, I'm hesitant to apply much force on the mechanism.
Presently with this Fan (to repair), I'm "stimied," and will appreciate any help you can give. Jim W.
I have seen a number of oscillating fans where the push-pull knob just pulls off. It will require a serious pulling effort - straight up. Do Not use any tools. You may have to have a helper hold the fan while you pull the knob.
After the knob comes off, push the shaft back down with your finger to allow it to clear the housing.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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