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Recently replaced the fan motor as the other just kept clanging then stopped working. This new one is no better -not noisy as just not going round (well hardly moving anyway)

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If its new then there is a power supply problem if its secound hand then its coil is damaged

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  • Fedupsville Dec 29, 2010

    Hi, It's a new motor - it worked initially (a day or two) but now is only going around slowly and labours to turn.. Any suggestions for checking the power supply please?

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    sonic boom electronics Dec 29, 2010

    the power supply needs to be checked using a multimeter the multi should be on 500 volts put the red on one cable black on the other the reading should be 120 plus volts in america 230 plus from the south country it should be same count as the power from your wall plug ( multimeters are available from eletronics parts supply shops) if the voltage is the same then the motor is bad take it back if there is a voltage difference then there is a fault in the power supply to the motor

    let me know how you go

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