Question about Vornado Standard&Full Size Air Circulator CR1-0076-06 Fan
I own a Vornado window air circulator, model 280AE, serial AMJ190, purchased around 1986 from a specility catalogue. I have never seen that model since. It has a variable speed switch which I blew when I accidently severed a wire while changing the fan body from intake to exhaust. Anyways, my good neighbor Bob rewired to the motor to bypass the switch and the fan works well but on one speed. Can that switch be easily replaced so the fan can resume its normal functioning? If so, what do I look for? This fan has served me well for many years.
Many thanks! Molly Q.
Try to insert regulating switches.that will help.
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Posted on Aug 30, 2008
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