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Ceiling fan My fan has a buzz when running at the middle speed, I need to know what can be done to fix this, it's really annoying. thank you for your help

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Isolate the buzz: 1. completely disconnect it from the mount and have an assistant hold it...turn it on ms 2. if buzz stops, then remount using packaging foam (or wood tile under-layment foam) 3. if buzz, then electric coil for ms is faulty...new motor

Posted on May 20, 2007

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