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I have one of these fans. From here.



It was awesome. The low setting is a higher velocity than the standard box fan puts out. This fan decided to give up the ghost last night. Sob!

Is there a trouble shooting option? An easy fix? I know nothing about wiring. In other instructibles, I find a diagram easier to follow than words in paragraph form. I do know how to remove the cage around the blades.

Can anyone help?
 
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See if this video helps:  
 
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90% of dump fan finds can be resurrected with a shot of WD-40, and I have no idea how many are still going in my house because they got a shot of WD-40 now and then.
 
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