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1st, remove the poer cord from your fan and determine if you have any breaks in the line by checking the voltage ( 120 volts) coming from the bare wires when it's plugged in. If nothing registers on your volt-multimeter, you can easily repair the cord or just replace it. Check to see if that works, and if not, ask me the next step.
Sounds like the shaft & bearings are gummed up. Clean them up with Liquid Wrench or WD - 40 (sparingly) spinning the shaft by hand to get it inside the bearings, front & rear. You should feel it loosening up. Then remove as much as you can with a cloth while spinning the shaft. Then relube with 3-in-1 oil. --- Oil alone will not cut thru the gum. Remember WD - 40 and Liquid Wrench are not lubricants!! You must use 3 -in-1oil or the likes.
clean your fan motor. remove carefully part by part(your fan motor, the coil and the rod). remove all the dirt. put machine oil at the rod, front and the back part. try to spin it. oil it and spin, do it again and again until the rod spin smoothly. and then put back those part as before you 'open' the fan. but remember, do not do this while your fan plug is still plugged to the power source. or you will be dead instantly. for your safety, you know. so be careful. last step, try it! :) i hope this will help you in fixing the fan.
go to ur nearest electrical shop and tell them the model and the brand name buy that and fix it but you wont be getting a sigle blade you ll get the blades in a set not as single you need to remove all other blades and fix the new blades