Question about Tower Aloha Breeze Fan
My Aloha Breeze tower fan no longer oscillates. Works great otherwise. I took it apart to look for mechanical problems but noticed that there is a small round gold electrical part that looks like it makes it oscillate. Maybe that is not getting electricity when I push the oscillating button. Any thoughts?
yes this is the oscillation motor, and they generally arent servicable, and need to be replaced, you can try and oil it, sometimes they have small air vents, and you can do a voltage test with a voltmeter but I believe the motor has failed or is gummed up, you can try and take it apart, they are held together with bent metal compression areas along the circumfrence of the motor, try sewing machine oil, you might have to do some research to find a replacement motor, maybe take it to a local clock shop, those motors are very close to what they used to put in old wall clocks.
Posted on Aug 05, 2008
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