Question about Honeywell HT-800 Table Fan
My fan is doing teh same thing. I have been taking the cover off and spinning the fan blade manually. It takes about 1 minute of constant manual vigorus spinning but as soon as its warmed up the fan blade spins easy and just takes off and starts working. Im sure its not the safest thing to do but it does get the fan running for the rest of the night. Once the fan has been turned off for a while the blade is hard to spin again and I have to start over with teh manual process. I am thinking its the motor being I can manually get it started by spinning the fan blade and think I will check on the cost for a new motor
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
You just open it up and then take off the two screws that hold it to the base then take off the piece that's held on with bolts, take out the rod and oil the two bearings on the top and bottom of the motor.
Posted on Jul 02, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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