Question about Lake Breeze SG16B3 Stand (Pedestal) Fan
If the blade on your Lake Breeze fan is held on with an allen screw, it's probably loose. I bought one at a thrift store lately and it had this problem.
Posted on Dec 13, 2008
So many fans, so few people to tell you the exact procedure on your fan model. Your unlikely to find an oil port. Grime from dust and lubricant generally ruin all fans in time and in different ways. Belt driven fans last longer. Fan company's will not recommend fixing yourself because it could be a fire hazard that they sign off on.
Just understand that the points of friction when your motor rotates have gotten too dirty/grimey/lost lubrication. Bold people keep this in mind and begin to disassemble and clean/lube. Most fans are in danger of tripping a hard to replace, buried thermal fuse. When you hear your fan struggling, understand that you may loose it for good if you trip this fuse.
What your hearing is your fan saying, "HELP ME!!!HELP ME!!!"
Posted on Aug 23, 2008
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