Question about Honeywell EFY041 Tower Fan
I have removed the stand from the bottom and when the fan is without the base it will oscillate I placed the stand back on and then it would not. Is there some wrong with the arm (shaped like a boomarang) is it supposed to face out or in
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Cleaning a HOneywell 14F0 fan
I have this fan & have removed those screws. Look directly above the switch on the back of the fan, let your eye travel up to the extreme outside edge. Such as where you'd find 12 o'clock on a timepiece. The screws are very small. About the size of the head of a finishing nail.
Follow the edge around to 2 o'clock, 4 o'clock, and so on. Don't blink.
I used a very small philips head screwdriver, the same size as for doing watch or eyeglass repair. Remember to have a secure place to put the screws, such as a pill bottle, or lid.
And the screws can be difficult to remove, apply a lot of force downward on the screwdriver and turn s-l-o-w-l-y. Don't strip the head of the screw.
Good luck, Liz/Bizzie Lizzie Atlanta
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
SOURCE: User manual for my fan???
I have the whole manual, but couldn't find the digital copy available either on the honeywell site.
I scanned the Quick Start page, which should help. (attached)
Posted on Jul 27, 2010
SOURCE: i have a honeywell upright
The problem would be the burn out thermistor(FUSE), it is located in the winding of the motor itself. Before that check the wiring connection in the speed switch, the main line might have cut off.
Using the tester, check the continuity of the fuse. You can't see the fuse, it is mainly covered and connected in the capacitor line.
The cause of the burned fuse is overheating, the shaft bushing needs oil or have to be replace!
Hope that helps you out!
Posted on Jun 09, 2011
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