My fan doesn't work anymore and I don't know why. What should i do to fix it?
Posted by Elite Deals - Chris M. on 24 October 2013 02:47 PM

Our Answer:

Depending on the amount of dust in the air, the fan motor can become clogged and will require cleaning. To inspect the motor, you will need to use an Allen key to remove the set screw in the fan hub. The fan blade assembly can then be removed. Inspect the motor for debris and dust, and use a can of compressed air to clean out the motor housing. Lastly, lay the fan on its back and apply a couple of drops of machine oil to the motor shaft, near its penetration to the motor housing. Reassemble and test the fan. If this does not solve the issue, it is likely the motor is simply defective.

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