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I have a Hawiian Breeze floor stand fan. It turn on it turn but the blades do not turn. can someone please help? I ned to know what is wrong with it and were I can get the parts from.

The Hawaiin Breeze is Model: FS40-12R Input 120v 60hz 0.55A Conforms to UL Std. 507 Intertek 3068797 If possible can you provide a phone number of the company. Thank you

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