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This is actually a Delta II model fan. The fan blades and the ring they are bolted to recently dropped out of the fan housing and are sitting on top of the base of the light kit. Is this the flywheel? If not what broke and can it be fixed at home?

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It is the flywheel. I ordered one directly from the Casablanca web site, took the fan down and find the parts are pressed together. Looks like it needs some heavy tools or a jig of some kind. Any suggestions?

Posted on Jul 09, 2008

Their website says you need special tools to get the flywheel off. they offer to repair it for $110. I took my fan down and discovered the flywheel is also broken. The hub of the flywheel looks like it is pressed on so a puller of some kind is probably needed. you can probably heat the old flywheel with a torch or heat gun to expand it enough to get it off, but that does not mean the new one will go on easily.

Posted on Jul 09, 2008

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