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Assembly issue the blade knob won't come off ... and it is too big, can't put the rear grill over it.

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  • gospursgo Sep 03, 2007

    I have the manual. I am using terminology from the manual. The motor housing has built in shaft, approx 4" or so. The rear grill and the blade go on the shaft. Then the blade knob and the grill hub. But the blade knob is "affixed" to the shaft. I can't remove it, and the rear grill and blade won't fit over it.

  • gospursgo Sep 03, 2007

    Fan has motor housing and built in shaft. Need to put the rear grill and blades over the shaft, but the "blade hub" is attached to the end of the shaft. The blade hub is about 1.5" in diameter. Prevents me from putting the grill and blade over the shaft.

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THE BLADFE KNOB IS THREADED BACKWARDS ... TO LOSSEN TURN IT CLOCKWISE. ITS THAT WAY SO THE BLADE DOES NOT SPIN OFF.

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You mean the knob is connected directly to the blades? I'm not sure what you mean by blade knob, but does turning it turn the blades? If so, I'd suggest wedging something between the front grill and the blade to prevent it spinning and try to twist the knob off. I tried to find a owner's manual for your fan, with the assumption that there would be assembly instructions, but was unable to find one. Do you still have the owner's manual? And if so, are there any assembly instructions in there? How did the back grill come off, if you can't get it over the knob? Or are you assembling it for the first time. If you are assembling it for the first time, was the knob there when you got it? That seems poor design if so.

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  • Anonymous Sep 03, 2007

    Sounds like there has to be a way to remove that hub. However, without any documentation, or any visuals of the hub, I'm not sure how much more can be done for you.

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