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I have this Lakewood fan and we have misplaced the cord to it. Is there any way to get a replacement cord?

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Need electric wire to plug into fan and then connect to electric outlet Where can I get one?


  • Lakewood is long out of business and a stock cord is going to be next to impossible to find. But I can help you save some money and some headaches trying to find a new cord.
  • If I remember right the 007 utilizes a simple two prong cord. The tip of the cord is simple the fatter end is your ground and the smaller end is the AC power feed. These fans don't draw to terribly much power either.
  • It is a rare occasion I would buy an original cord because they are so darn over priced. Here is what I would do.
  1. Go to your local hardware store and get a cord with a two pron tip on it. This may cost $6 top. Just a medium use cord will work for this fan.
  2. Now you will see the wires for the cord on the back of the fan motor. The hot wire is usually black (In the USA and Canada) The green wire is ground and the white wire is neural. (This is for a three wire setup. For two wire omit the white wire. The wires on your fan should be colored Black and Green. Just remember that black is the hot wire and the other is the ground.
  3. To make this less difficult the black wire off the fan will go to the wire that leads to the small end of the connector and the other wire (ground) will go to the wire (on the new cord) that tracks to the thick en of the connector. Placing your new cored flat and even makes this easier.
  4. You will need to soldier the ends (or crimp the wires together) and make sure you insulate them with liquid electric tape, shrink tube etc.
  5. Total cost should be less than $7.
  6. I did find one place that sells the 3 prong cord http://www.nelsonappliance.com/Power+Cords+for+Lakewood+model+MC42+Fan.html for the fans. If yours should be a 3 prong tip then this one will work too but if memory serves yours is a two tip cord.

  • If you have any questions or comments please feel free to ask but you won't find a stock cord just for this fan because they are out of business.
  • Hope this helps and thank you for using FixYa.

Regards, Tony

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Trying to find replacement electric cord for Lakewood mc 24 lg drum fan


The Lakewood fan uses a computer power supply type female plug.
This is known as a C13 plug: three rectangular female outlets in a triangular pattern.
You should be able to find this type of plug at a good electronics store;
Fry's Electronics would be a good choice.
It may not come in the 10 foot length of the original, but that is what extension cords are for. :)

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I lost the cord that plugs in - where can I find a replacement cord?


Hi, this is not a special type of cord, so just go to any hardware store such as Ace, Home Depot, and they will fix you up.
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Are replacement motors available for these fans? Lakewood HV 18 Lakewood HV 21 Lakewood HV 21T


mcdevito75 here, If the fan is not too old I would figure yes, but a replacement motor will cost as a new fan, if not more, then you have to install and the blades are a presss fit to the motor.

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Burning smell from motor when I plug cord in outlet. Also, blades do not turn.


if the smell is foul smelling the windings in the armature of the motor are shorted out against the metal housing of this armature. You need a new motor or replace the fan

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Dog chewed the cord;its the kind that plugs into back of motor. Is there anywhere to get a replacement?


I feel it would be cheaper to replace the fan cord than to the dog.
As this is a DIY site, I would recommend that you repair the cord. Cut both the ends of the cord such that you have about a foot of the cord left with the wall plug and the fan socket. Procure a few meters of a double or triple cord depending what you have in your fan presently. Peel off the insulation on all eight or twelve ends of the wires and join them one by one to the wall plug and the fan socket to both the ends of the newly acquired cord. And insulate each joint with insulation tape individually and then collectively. So you have two joints on the cable if you look at it casually. What you need to procure is:
1. A cord double or triple core depending on the original one in the fan now.
2. A small roll of insulation roll.
3. A dog leash.

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Use some needle nose pliers on the prongs and bend them back. They will be fine unless they broke off.

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It seems like no power is going to the fan. it is completely dead when turned on


Fan is pretty simple, plug, cord, switch or motor. You can check the 1st 3 with an ohm meter. Just check for continuity, seeing if the different parts are good. If all are good, need new motor, or replace fan.

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No power getting to my Lakewood fan...


Maybe you tripped over it so hard you de soldered the wires form the inside. Have you openned it? Try it out if you didn't. Check the power cord and follow it all the way into the motor (with the motor openned). Check if one or both cables on the inside are desoldered.

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Need to replace the switch that has ,hi,low,med off on nit? please Help


you have 3 control wires (the 3 speeds) and a common wire. the common wire will go directly from the fan motor to the power source/cord and the other 3 leads will run through the switch. you could even use a standard dimmer-style lighting rheostat and connect it to the common and "high" fan speed wire and have infinitely variable fan speeds. hope that helps.

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