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Need help with fixing my lakewood floor fan.

I have a lakewood floor fan, it use to work normal then I would have to give it a minute to warm up before the blades will spin, now its to the point that it doesn;t even do that.I took a look at it and it seems like there's some type of transformer or converter box attached to it but it don't know whether or not to replace it. what shall I do?

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  • bbdoung Dec 21, 2008

    Lakewood fan does not turn on. It is about 4 years old. I use it 8 times a year to dry the tile floor after I damp mop it.

    Can fan be fixed my me?
    BD


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Can the blades spin by hand? If they can't put some drops of 3-in-1 oil(blue can) in wher the shaft enters through the front and back. If it hums but the blades spin freely, get a new capacitor the same as that one with the same wattage as the old one and buy some crimp conecters and attach the new capacitor.

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Throw away the fan and buy a new one.

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