Question about Dryers
Sound like the switch is dirty Inside. If you can find a replacement switch for a couple of dollers, and can replace this yourself, you will be fine. Other wise New Fans are saffer, as yours may be damaged due to trying to start with all the dirt in it.
Posted on Jul 28, 2008
I bought a AlohaBreeze Pedestal fan from yard sale, been told that it works fine. It did worked fine for sometime. Since it was too dirty, I tried opening it & cleaned it. Works fine for sometime but when switched off for a while & on it, I can just hear the motor sound but the blade doesn't move. If I open it & adjust the knobs, works out for sometime. Everything inside parts seem to be fine. Can anyone suggestion some solution that could make work fine thru'out.
Posted on Jul 09, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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