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maybe the fan reverse connection.

Bionaire... | Answered on Jun 28, 2009


If it is making a loud humming sound it is probably getting weak and will have to be replaced. Is it doing it in all speeds? Motor replacement would probably not be worthwhile unless it is a very expensive unit. I'd opt to replace the unit.

Bionaire BT45RC... | Answered on May 18, 2009


put motor oil to the midst of your fan blade may there are lots of rust inside then wait 5 hours then try to pull again patiently...

Bionaire... | Answered on Apr 16, 2009


That depends on what's burning! Unplug it and search online for the manual for that thing, or call Bionaire's help line once you look that up.

If you can safely do it, and are unworried about warrantee conditions, open it out and find out what was burning and what caused it to burn; for example, note the scorchy motor and/or control components and remove the cat toy out of the fan blade. At this point you get to observe and perhaps test whether the motor (or transformer, etc.) was burnt to ruin or can still run with care and reassembly.

Bionaire BT210RT... | Answered on Sep 20, 2008


The controler electronics are probably failing, or the motors are starting to pull too much current. Get in contact with Bionaire to find out who their local service is in your area for parts and repairs.

Jerry G.

Bionaire BW2300... | Answered on May 27, 2008


find the reset button on your unit and reset it. tnx

Bionaire BT210RT... | Answered on May 11, 2008


You could pick up an IR tester. Your local electronics hobby store should have them. Also, you sound as if you have some electronics ability, you could do a search on the net and find a electronics hobby site and build yourself a tester. This is what I did. Now, in my 27 years of electronics I have never seen a bad IR section of a remote. the most common problem is broken solder connections. remotes get dropped, tossed, stepped on, etc... Open the unit up and look for bad solder connections. They do not have to have a physical break to be bad! If they are grey instead of shiny or if you see a ring around the lead then the connection is bad. Reflow all connections and clean all contacts. I would think that will get it back to a working conditon.

Bionaire... | Answered on Feb 09, 2008


try taping a nickle on top of one of the blades start in the middle of the blade (from tip towards motor) then turn it on see if it improves..if not change it to a different blade.. keep trying blades till you notice an improvement. Then fine tune it by moving the penny in towards the motor or out towards the tip. It is a time consuming task but it will work.

Bionaire... | Answered on Jan 29, 2008


Look up this fan on amazon.com. In the comments/reviews a gentleman posted instructions for fixing the thermostat (it involves opening up the fan and repositioning the thermostat wire).

Bionaire BW2300... | Answered on Aug 11, 2007


This might be a long shot, but have you tried turning the nut the opposite way? The nut will probably have to be turned the opposite way of the rotation of the blades. This might be the "wrong way". Some nuts are opposite to keep things from comming off. Like the nuts on the right side of my remote car to keep the wheels from falling off.

Bionaire... | Answered on Jun 17, 2007


I'd look in any hardware store, bring a sample or picture, or contact Casablanca or harbor breeze if that's your fan brand name

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