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When I turn on Vornado the fan blades turn slowly on all 3 speeds. The blades spins freely, no friction.

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The issue may be something called a capacitor these are little boxes with two wires coming out of them these can easily be ordered online for a fair price

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Hello, I replaced a light fixture on my existing Emerson ceiling fan. The light worked right away but the blades didn't turn. I could hear power going to the motor so I went back into the switch cup and...


Signs of a bad capacitor in a ceiling fan include:

  • Fan runs slowly or not at all on all speeds
  • Fan will not start but will spin if started by hand
  • Certain speeds are slow or do not work
  • The motor hums and turns freely by hand but will not spin

    The capacitor is usually a black box inside the switch housing of the fan. If this box appears burnt or melted in any way, that is also the sign of a bad capacitor and it should be replaced.

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    The motor could be dirty also, is the blade hard to turn?
    It can be repaired by Vornado, or you can dis-assemble the motor and clean it.

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    Does the motor spin, but the blade is not turning?
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    It should have something in motor block blocking the motor to turn.
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