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I have a CS104-2OU4-005CSA floor fan

The relay is toast, where can I get hold of one?

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Since this is probably a 'Made in C/J/K/T' product, you may not find the exact part here in the US (if that is where you are).

Mouser electronics is one of the few sources for one-off buys anymore.

http://mouser.com/

They will have dozens to choose from but probably not the original - who wants the same crappy relay anyhow?

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