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I am looking for a 8587-8133 Fasco 3 speed fan control for a whole house fan. Can you point me in the right direction to purchase one. Thanks

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SOURCE: The Hampton Bay Altura Ceiling fan functions only with remote.

You can hard wire this fan to 1 or 2 switches, bypassing the remote unit entirely. NOTE: You will only have 1 fan speed and no light dimmer. Set the fan at the desired speed and direction using the remote system PRIOR to hardwiring. The fan will remember the speed and direction.

Connect your house wiring directly to black and white (and blue if lighting is required) wires. With a 2 switch system, your third house wire should be red. Connect the blue fan wire to the red house wire.

Your 2 switches will now separately operate the fan and light functions. As stated earlier, you will only have 1 fan speed and will be unable to change the direction, so set your desired speed and direction before you rewire.

Hope this help!

Nick

Posted on Nov 30, 2008

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SOURCE: New Hampton Bay Ceiling fan - runs only in clockwise direction

By using the "switch" to change direction I assume you mean the small slide switch on the side of the fan housing. What you have done is correct and would not affect this switch. The switch is probably bad and you need to return the fan. Suggestion: if the switch is on the housing of the light kit and the light kit connects to the fan with a plug, you are in luck. Go get another fan, swap the light kits and return the fan. Saves you a lot of work. Good luck!

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The receiver in your fan's body is is bad. Home Depot has them, but they are difficult and expensive to install/

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SOURCE: The three stage rotary switch,

Hi Nicholas. My thoughts on this without being able to see the unit. One position on the switch is for the power to come into it, probably the L position or "Line In/Power In." The first position on the switch is most likely the "OFF" position, so I would assume no wire out be connected to it. Most likely the 1 position. I think it makes sense to assume that the two wires that you see UNCONNECTED are the actual power in wires to the fan, one for low speed and one for high speed, positions 2 and 3 on the switch. The only way to verify this would be to wire the switch with one of the wires to terminal 2 and one to terminal 3 on the switch. If the fan runs fastest when the switch is in the number 2 position, the wires most likely need to be switched. Again, just my thoughts. Let me know if you have questions.

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Thanks for your answer mark. I assume the fan is controlled bya thermo switch. Now all I need to do is find this switch. Can anyone help with this?


As I don't know which car you are referring to, I can only try to point you in the right direction on where to look. it could be on the radiator, cylinder head or thermostat housing or even in one of the water hoses. just look for something that has 2 wires connected to it that is in the water circuit. to test your fan once you find the switch, shorting out the two wires will normally start the fan (with ignition on) if the fan starts, then replace the switch, if it doesn't check the fan connections

Feb 04, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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Fan speeds don't drop and are constantly on full power.


Hello here is the homepage:

http://www.dell.com/support/drivers/us/en/04/Product/poweredge-1435sc

I had this problem on another pc, it helped by cleaning the whole pc out for dust, with compressed air.
And renewing the thermal paste, between the cpu and the cooling element.

Actual control of speed is base entirely on measured temperature at some appropriate point, and a setpoint. Whether 3-pin or 4-pin, the basic control strategy is the same. For the CPU, the temp sensor is built into the CPU chip. For the case or SYS_FAN or CHA_FAN, the temp sensor is built into the mobo at some point. In each fan control loop, the measured temp from its sensor is compared to a setpoint and used to slow down or speed up that fan.
HOW the speed of the fan is changed is what differs. On a 3-pin system, the mobo reduces the +12 VDC line voltage to slow the fan down. On a 4-pin system, that +12 VDC line is kept at that voltage always, but the special PWM signal is used inside the motor casing to control how much of the time that voltage is actually turned on to the motor. The chip using this signal is a simple on /off switch, turning on the feed of 12 VDC to the motor and turning it off again, very rapidly at the frequency of the PWM signal. That signal looks like a "square wave", except that is "% ON" is varied (not constantly 50%) to control fan speed.

Try also to upgrade the bios, and look for the settings for the fan.
Make sure the fans are connected right, to the mainboard.

Good luck

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We have recently purchased an older home, built in 1931. There is a whole house fan in the attic that we would like to get working again. We do not know when the fan was installed or who made it - however,...


What and interesting situation. I have seen installations like what you describe, but not in a residential application. Industrial applications that had very high ceilings and in very old apartment buildings, But not in single family resident. I suspect, that the previous owners "acquired" it through unusual circumstances.

In any event, 1/3 horsepower electric motor is not that hard to find. The real key is getting the right rotation, so the blades will pull the air up and out instead of in and down. Remounting a new motor coupled with the right pulley size for a fan belt ,can control the speed of the fan. Rarely are hold house fans direct drive. Which may be the case with yours, I don't know.

As far as a new 1/3 Hp motor is concerned, I would recommend Grainger Industrial Supply
http://www.grainger.com/Grainger/wwg/start.shtml. They have locations throughout the country and their staff is knowledgeable. They can probably help you with designing a belt & pulley system, to control the speed, if necessary. Keep in mind, 2-speed motors are also available.

Redesigned properly, you can do away with that horrendous shaft.

Hope this helps steer you in the right direction. If nothing else, food for thought.

Apr 28, 2011 | Heating & Cooling

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We have a fan 60 minute push button timer we purchased and installed with a 3-wire system. WE need to purchase another one but they all have 4 wires now. Where can we purchase a 3-wire one.


It sounds like you have mechanical push-button type timer.
I need more information to avoid guessing which timer is best for your situation.

I'm not sure what a 3-wire system is?
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1) How many switches control same fan
2) What color wires inside box.

Is this
3) low-horsepower bathroom fan?
4) other fan, for example: higher horsepower attic fan, 3/4 horsepower industrial kitchen fan, or 1-horsepower whole house fan?
5) Is this your home or is fan for continual commercial use?

6) Is this a countdown timer that turns fan OFF automatically after 60 minutes?
7) Or what kind of timer are you looking for.

Open following link for list of home-use countdown timers and horsepower ratings of countdown timers.
http://waterheatertimer.org/Countdown-timer-horsepower-ratings.html

Spring-wound timers do not require extra Neutral wire, and can control 1 HP whole-house fan.
The push-button timers each require Neutral wire to run electronics inside timer, and they range from 1/6 HP to 3/4 HP which will work for any bathroom fan.

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Motor is frozen.


Unlessyou can find an HVAC shop with a NOS motor for this unit you will notfind a drop in replacement. Even if you do get lucky and find a NOSmotor be prepared to pay nearly as much for it as you would a whole newevap cooler.

That said, there are motors out there that will work, but you're going to have to make them fit with custom mounts.

It'sstill a little spendy, especially if you want two speeds like theoriginal motor had, but you can get out for $80 or less if you'rewilling to settle for one speed (on/off).

boatandrvaccessories.com has a "Packard 40066" compressor motor for $69 plus $13 shipping. It may work but has only one speed.

Basicallywhat you're looking for is a "48 frame", 1/8 hp, direct drive,110-120v, 1075rpm, 1/2" shaft diameter and around 3" in length (to giveyou flexability when mounting), "totally enclosed" or "open drip-proof"housing (NOT "open"). Rotation can be either CW or CCW as you can mountthe motor on either side of the housing and some motors are reversable.If you've got the skill to custom make some mounts then you canprobably fudge some of these specs. The ones you can't change are the1/2" shaft and the RPM. Do not exceed 1075rpm. The blower assemblysimply can't be made to go much faster in that housing and if you tryyou will overheat the motor and burn it out very quickly (trust me onthis one!). Most of the cheap motors I've found are 208-230v and I justdon't see the point in having a small 220v PORTABLE evap cooler, that'sjust dumb.

After a LOT of online research I've found thefollowing motors that would be a suitable replacement, with all theabove mentioned specifications. I'm sure there are more, but crossreferencing this information for someone not in the business is trickyand time consuming.

AdobeAir 1/8 HP 115V Motor for Adobe MMB10A RF031095 $116.66
http://www.comfortgurus.com/product_info.php/cPath/25_142/products_id/7451

Emerson 4856 (k055srj4796722b) (www.emersonmotors.com)
A.O. Smith 136A (UH1036NB) (www.aosmithmotors.com)
Magnetek 136 (now owned by A.O. Smith - www.aosmithmotors.com)
Fasco D733 or D261 (fasco.com)
Marathon X924 (www.marathonelectric.com)
AdobeAir RK232A check acehardwaresuperstore.com
Emerson K55HXKZT-9867

Grainger.com is a good resource but they are expensive.


The motors listed are suitable replacements, but have only one speed, "ON" or "High".

Packard 40066 - 115v 1075rpm $69 - SINGLE SPEED

A.O. Smith 321P177
A.O. Smith 323P077
A.O. Smith 323P487
A.O. Smith 323P490
A.O. Smith 323P677
A.O. Smith U6521
A.O. Smith UH1016
A.O. Smith UH1026NB
A.O. Smith UH9034
A.O. Smith US1016
A.O. Smith US1016NB
A.O. Smith ORZ1026
Brownell MTG3206
Century C045A
Carrier HC37DX120
Emerson 9034
Fasco D834
Franklin 8736010170
Franklin 8715810230
Franklin 8735810180
GE 3081
GE 3206
GE 3950
Grainger 3M658
Grainger 3M800
Grainger 3M828
Grainger 3M829
Marathon X302
Mars 03950
Packard 70066
Packard 40066
R.E. Michael 1E521
Reznor 55682
Reznor 64678
Rotom R12177
Rotom R12834
Rotom UH9034
Trane MOT6195
Universal U136
Universal U177
Universal U380
Universal U566
Universal U730


Good reading for selecting a replacement motor:
http://www.aosmithmotors.com/WorkArea/DownloadAsset.aspx?id=13100

Isuppose that if you found a smoking deal on eBay for an "Open" typemotor you could try it, but I doubt it would last long and make damnsure that ****** is grounded well.

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Have a master cool MMB10 and all of a sudden the fan runs slower on both speeds. Motor bad or something else?


Mine did that too. Either the motor needs to be cleaned out or the motor is shot. You can try to have the motor repaired. If that fails a replacement motor is about $120 if you can find one.

I posted this to another solution for someone looking for the motor:

Unless you can find an HVAC shop with a NOS motor for this unit you will not find a drop in replacement. Even if you do get lucky and find a NOS motor be prepared to pay nearly as much for it as you would a whole new evap cooler.

That said, there are motors out there that will work, but you're going to have to make them fit with custom mounts.

It's still a little spendy, especially if you want two speeds like the original motor had, but you can get out for $80 or less if you're willing to settle for one speed (on/off).

boatandrvaccessories.com has a "Packard 40066" compressor motor for $69 plus $13 shipping. It may work but has only one speed.

Basically what you're looking for is a "48 frame", 1/8 hp, direct drive, 110-120v, 1075rpm, 1/2" shaft diameter and around 3" in length (to give you flexability when mounting), "totally enclosed" or "open drip-proof" housing (NOT "open"). Rotation can be either CW or CCW as you can mount the motor on either side of the housing and some motors are reversable. If you've got the skill to custom make some mounts then you can probably fudge some of these specs. The ones you can't change are the 1/2" shaft and the RPM. Do not exceed 1075rpm. The blower assembly simply can't be made to go much faster in that housing and if you try you will overheat the motor and burn it out very quickly (trust me on this one!). Most of the cheap motors I've found are 208-230v and I just don't see the point in having a small 220v PORTABLE evap cooler, that's just dumb.

After a LOT of online research I've found the following motors that would be a suitable replacement, with all the above mentioned specifications. I'm sure there are more, but cross referencing this information for someone not in the business is tricky and time consuming.

AdobeAir 1/8 HP 115V Motor for Adobe MMB10A RF031095 $116.66
http://www.comfortgurus.com/product_info.php/cPath/25_142/products_id/7451

Emerson 4856 (k055srj4796722b) (www.emersonmotors.com)
A.O. Smith 136A (UH1036NB) (www.aosmithmotors.com)
Magnetek 136 (now owned by A.O. Smith - www.aosmithmotors.com)
Fasco D733 or D261 (fasco.com)
Marathon X924 (www.marathonelectric.com)
AdobeAir RK232A check acehardwaresuperstore.com
Emerson K55HXKZT-9867

Grainger.com is a good resource but they are expensive.


The motors listed are suitable replacements, but have only one speed, "ON" or "High".

Packard 40066 - 115v 1075rpm $69 - SINGLE SPEED

A.O. Smith 321P177
A.O. Smith 323P077
A.O. Smith 323P487
A.O. Smith 323P490
A.O. Smith 323P677
A.O. Smith U6521
A.O. Smith UH1016
A.O. Smith UH1026NB
A.O. Smith UH9034
A.O. Smith US1016
A.O. Smith US1016NB
A.O. Smith ORZ1026
Brownell MTG3206
Century C045A
Carrier HC37DX120
Emerson 9034
Fasco D834
Franklin 8736010170
Franklin 8715810230
Franklin 8735810180
GE 3081
GE 3206
GE 3950
Grainger 3M658
Grainger 3M800
Grainger 3M828
Grainger 3M829
Marathon X302
Mars 03950
Packard 70066
Packard 40066
R.E. Michael 1E521
Reznor 55682
Reznor 64678
Rotom R12177
Rotom R12834
Rotom UH9034
Trane MOT6195
Universal U136
Universal U177
Universal U380
Universal U566
Universal U730


Good reading for selecting a replacement motor:
http://www.aosmithmotors.com/WorkArea/DownloadAsset.aspx?id=13100

I suppose that if you found a smoking deal on eBay for an "Open" type motor you could try it, but I doubt it would last long and make damn sure that ****** is grounded well.

Jul 04, 2010 | Mastercool Portable Air Conditioner

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Can I purchase a replacement kitchen exhaust fan that will fit in the space of the original 1954 Fasco 1020-A Ventilator?


Probably. I had a similar construction situation. I went to a Electric supply house and the counter man pulled something off the shelf that worked right into the project.

Give it a try ... but dont expect this result from a big box store -

Oct 13, 2009 | Dryers

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Need replacement motor for a model MMB10B


Unless you can find an HVAC shop with a NOS motor for this unit you will not find a drop in replacement. Even if you do get lucky and find a NOS motor be prepared to pay nearly as much for it as you would a whole new evap cooler.

That said, there are motors out there that will work, but you're going to have to make them fit with custom mounts.

It's still a little spendy, especially if you want two speeds like the original motor had, but you can get out for $80 or less if you're willing to settle for one speed (on/off).

boatandrvaccessories.com has a "Packard 40066" compressor motor for $69 plus $13 shipping. It may work but has only one speed.

Basically what you're looking for is a "48 frame", 1/8 hp, direct drive, 110-120v, 1075rpm, 1/2" shaft diameter and around 3" in length (to give you flexability when mounting), "totally enclosed" or "open drip-proof" housing (NOT "open"). Rotation can be either CW or CCW as you can mount the motor on either side of the housing and some motors are reversable. If you've got the skill to custom make some mounts then you can probably fudge some of these specs. The ones you can't change are the 1/2" shaft and the RPM. Do not exceed 1075rpm. The blower assembly simply can't be made to go much faster in that housing and if you try you will overheat the motor and burn it out very quickly (trust me on this one!). Most of the cheap motors I've found are 208-230v and I just don't see the point in having a small 220v PORTABLE evap cooler, that's just dumb.

After a LOT of online research I've found the following motors that would be a suitable replacement, with all the above mentioned specifications. I'm sure there are more, but cross referencing this information for someone not in the business is tricky and time consuming.

AdobeAir 1/8 HP 115V Motor for Adobe MMB10A RF031095 $116.66
http://www.comfortgurus.com/product_info.php/cPath/25_142/products_id/7451

Emerson 4856 (k055srj4796722b) (www.emersonmotors.com)
A.O. Smith 136A (UH1036NB) (www.aosmithmotors.com)
Magnetek 136 (now owned by A.O. Smith - www.aosmithmotors.com)
Fasco D733 or D261 (fasco.com)
Marathon X924 (www.marathonelectric.com)
AdobeAir RK232A check acehardwaresuperstore.com
Emerson K55HXKZT-9867

Grainger.com is a good resource but they are expensive.


The motors listed are suitable replacements, but have only one speed, "ON" or "High".

Packard 40066 - 115v 1075rpm $69 - SINGLE SPEED

A.O. Smith 321P177
A.O. Smith 323P077
A.O. Smith 323P487
A.O. Smith 323P490
A.O. Smith 323P677
A.O. Smith U6521
A.O. Smith UH1016
A.O. Smith UH1026NB
A.O. Smith UH9034
A.O. Smith US1016
A.O. Smith US1016NB
A.O. Smith ORZ1026
Brownell MTG3206
Century C045A
Carrier HC37DX120
Emerson 9034
Fasco D834
Franklin 8736010170
Franklin 8715810230
Franklin 8735810180
GE 3081
GE 3206
GE 3950
Grainger 3M658
Grainger 3M800
Grainger 3M828
Grainger 3M829
Marathon X302
Mars 03950
Packard 70066
Packard 40066
R.E. Michael 1E521
Reznor 55682
Reznor 64678
Rotom R12177
Rotom R12834
Rotom UH9034
Trane MOT6195
Universal U136
Universal U177
Universal U380
Universal U566
Universal U730


Good reading for selecting a replacement motor:
http://www.aosmithmotors.com/WorkArea/DownloadAsset.aspx?id=13100

I suppose that if you found a smoking deal on eBay for an "Open" type motor you could try it, but I doubt it would last long and make damn sure that ****** is grounded well.

Aug 07, 2009 | Mastercool Portable Air Conditioner

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The Hampton Bay Altura Ceiling fan functions only with remote.


I contacted the manufacturer (kingofffans.com) after my Altura fan would run on high speed only and the remote would not control any thing. They said their was a manufacturing defect with a capacitor that affected many of the Altura fans. We are now on a waiting list for a new capacitor and housing, because they did not have enough replacement parts.

Nov 26, 2008 | Hampton Bay 52 In. White Redington...

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Want to install Fan and light control from one switch.


'define control'

anyway, that all the lights work together makes it simpler

most fanlights, updated by homeowners replace a lamp only unit, with on/off provided at the switch, and cable pulls on the unit to change speed direction of the fan

my favorite is paired dimmer switches, giving control separately of light and fan speed, fan direction still changes on the pull switch, requires 3 wires in the switch box, (power and 2 switched lines), to the lamp connector and fan motor connector, any sparky can pull the extra line with fishtape along the existing cable run. easy peasey.
Really good electricians pull three wire to light circuits, when the house is built or reno-ed. but you know how oftern that is gonna happen, 3 wire costs 3c more per foot, if there is 3 wire in the switch box -your home and hosed

or just for speed/dimmer control a dimmer switch can replace the existing single switch. but you still have to pull the cords to start the fans

its easy, with the caveat that you may kill yourself, or someone else, or burn the house down, if you dont do it right

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