Question about Patton U2-1887HO Floor / Box Fan
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
see if the fan blade set screw is tight and if it is then see if the motor is turning or humming if its humming and not moving then the end armature bushings have went bad.
Posted on Jul 18, 2009
SOURCE: Bad motor bearing?
If you know how (and have the tools;PULLER,nut drivers,slotted and phillips screw driver,hammer,deep socket set,dikes,vise,work bench,and some high temp bearring grease) to take things appart in general, you should be able to disassemble the fan motor and either pull bearings off shaft and replace or repack w/high temp grease if not sealed bearrings. If cannot aquire a puller for removal then attempt to blow all dirt/dust off bearring and try thumbing some motor oil (or vegetable oil if no motor oil available) while turning bearing on shaft back and forth till bearrings free up.Then reassemble electric fan motor reverse disassembly(be sure to keep parts staged as they come off for reassembly in area off the work area) "NOT" over oiling the bearrings into electrical/copper areas.
Posted on Sep 06, 2009
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