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Removing the fan blades from the motor shaft.

Company I work for has a Patton Fan Mod.1010Mp - Style TJ74SP. The pull chain is missing. I want to replace the chain, but can not take back off the motor with fan blade attached. How do I go about making this repair?

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SOURCE: Looking to replace Patton fan motor, model 1010mp, style TJ74SP

If you are up to disassembling your motor, you will find a thermal cutout near the windings which frequently fails open. Replacements are readily available, or just jumper it out. If the bearings are shot or the windings burned you're out of luck. Trust me, a new motor will cost more than a whole new fan.

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