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36" San Marino fan has one speed

I have a San Marino fan and all of a sudden it only has one speed. Removed bottom with lights and inside there's a black box i'm thinking is the capacitor. Well it's bubbled out on one side. I'm assuming it is bad. Will that cause my problem. Thank you

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  • lgar May 19, 2008

    I have two of thses fans and both are down to one speed.

    I have not looked in the fan. Would this be the only reason

    the fans only have one speed?

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Thats the cap.the capacitor is used to jump start single phase motors.if the capacitor is shot the motor barley does anything.if you can find any # or markings on it take it to radio shack and match it up.

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Call  King of Fans.  They will ship you a capacitor if you can provide them with purchase date or item number in your owners manual.  It is free.

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