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Accutek aoj-1601 stand fan problem

A heavy cloth was left over the fan vent, and I think the motor burned out. It's not working anymore. Can this be fixed, cheaply, or should I just toss this fan and get a new one?

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An electric motor shop may be able to rebuild the motor for you, or you may be able to find a motor with the same ratings. Chances are this would be pricier than a new fan though.

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