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 Posted: Sat Feb 22nd, 2014 05:50 pm
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Stan Adams
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I need to thin the herd, so getting fans ready to bring to Mardi Gras. Bringing a number of ceiling fans, Emerson long nose with light fitter & three speed original switch with blades, Emerson round nose with light fitter & one speed with bldes irons, 1920s GE, no switch but with blades, & a Hunter Adapt-air with light fitter & irons. 
In desk fans, I am bringing an unrestored 24666, couple of small Westys, & a GE project fan.

What are y'all bringing who are coming next week?
                                                                                                                                    I look forward to seeing y'all next week at Mardi Gras!

 



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 Posted: Sun Feb 23rd, 2014 01:31 am
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Mitch W. Romero
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Stan its hard to believe its only a year ago that I got that Emerson 12in. fan from you and  I will always remember that 60 dollar fan you sold me. I think I have worked on about twenty fans since then. I have learned a great deal since then and hope to learn a lot more. Looking forward to seeing the Texas guys in N.I. Stan my mom just turned 75 years old and she once told me she has liked all the people she has meet from TX.  GREAT STATE !!! I hope us southerners never change.

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 Posted: Sun Feb 23rd, 2014 01:37 am
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Mitch W. Romero
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Stan Adams wrote: I need to thin the herd, so getting fans ready to bring to Mardi Gras. Bringing a number of ceiling fans, Emerson long nose with light fitter & three speed original switch with blades, Emerson round nose with light fitter & one speed with bldes irons, 1920s GE, no switch but with blades, & a Hunter Adapt-air with light fitter & irons. 
In desk fans, I am bringing an unrestored 24666, couple of small Westys, & a GE project fan.

What are y'all bringing who are coming next week?
                                                                                                                                    I look forward to seeing y'all next week at Mardi Gras!

 




Oh Stan is that 24666 a six blade Emerson because that is what I want to get next for me and maybe I can negotiate a price now. 

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 Posted: Sun Feb 23rd, 2014 02:11 pm
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I am Bringing a BMY , has new motor and switch is good ,but needs to be restored completely B&B. Will bring stuff to wind up a couple of 29646 stators. Have some choke coils and other rewound stators.

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 Posted: Sun Feb 23rd, 2014 02:30 pm
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Rick-

Is this the BMY stator project that you've been working on? Did you get everything sorted out?

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 Posted: Sun Feb 23rd, 2014 02:34 pm
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Mitch W. Romero wrote: Stan Adams wrote: I need to thin the herd, so getting fans ready to bring to Mardi Gras. Bringing a number of ceiling fans, Emerson long nose with light fitter & three speed original switch with blades, Emerson round nose with light fitter & one speed with bldes irons, 1920s GE, no switch but with blades, & a Hunter Adapt-air with light fitter & irons. 
In desk fans, I am bringing an unrestored 24666, couple of small Westys, & a GE project fan.

What are y'all bringing who are coming next week?
                                                                                                                                    I look forward to seeing y'all next week at Mardi Gras!

 




Oh Stan is that 24666 a six blade Emerson because that is what I want to get next for me and maybe I can negotiate a price now. 

Mitch, it is a big motor six blade with detent oscillator.

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 Posted: Sun Feb 23rd, 2014 03:00 pm
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Rick Huckabee
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Not that one Tim, I still haven't got back to it yet , this is one we wound up 6-pole like a 71666. I need to go back thru the poly yet& see if I can  find any mismatch connections as you suggested. I think next time I will wind up double coils and omit at least one potential connection error that may have led me to this situation that I have here.

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 Posted: Sun Feb 23rd, 2014 03:58 pm
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Rick Huckabee wrote: Not that one Tim, I still haven't got back to it yet , this is one we wound up 6-pole like a 71666. I need to go back thru the poly yet& see if I can  find any mismatch connections as you suggested. I think next time I will wind up double coils and omit at least one potential connection error that may have led me to this situation that I have here.
Do you wind it identical to a 71666 when you make those 24 slot stators to six poles? Same gauge and number of turns? 

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 Posted: Sun Feb 23rd, 2014 04:36 pm
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Rick Huckabee
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Yes , but Main windings have to share slots

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 Posted: Sun Feb 23rd, 2014 05:24 pm
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The Emmy 73648 and the 77648 will be coming.

I could bring this Memphis AdaptAire in a freshened factory gray.

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 Posted: Sun Feb 23rd, 2014 05:25 pm
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 Posted: Sun Feb 23rd, 2014 09:50 pm
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The 77648


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 Posted: Sun Feb 23rd, 2014 10:10 pm
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Rick Huckabee wrote: I am Bringing a BMY , has new motor and switch is good ,but needs to be restored completely B&B. Will bring stuff to wind up a couple of 29646 stators. Have some choke coils and other rewound stators
Hi Rick, look forward to seeing you in less than a week :clap: Rick, I have a 24646 in great condition that has been a running bedroom fan for many many years and I do believe it needs a rewind. If I lug it down to Will's do you think you could give it a go?

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Rick Huckabee wrote: I am Bringing a BMY , has new motor and switch is good ,but needs to be restored completely B&B. Will bring stuff to wind up a couple of 29646 stators. Have some choke coils and other rewound stators.
I have a dead 29646 stator (I think) and a dead 73648 stator that I killed (The blade hub added set screw story) that are yours for the help on the 77 (oh, the 73 has a hum problem as well ...).

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 Posted: Sun Feb 23rd, 2014 11:52 pm
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I really like the black cage with the blue Emerson

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 Posted: Mon Feb 24th, 2014 12:14 am
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I have a few neat little Fanimation fans left over from a couple of case buys at St Louis & after that I used as door prizes at colleges where I presented my collection of the OLD stuff. The fans are "Urbanjet" fans. You can google and see them or pull up Fanimation if you want more info. I paid $88.00 ea and they sell at the lowest price I've seen of about 150 bucks. I have a few Red, 1 Silver & 1 Blue, all in case never opened. These are great where youngsters are milling around.  Let me know if you want me to bring you one. Oh, your price at Will's "$88.00!

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Urbanjet Pic #1

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Urbanjet Pic #2

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Peacock and Black Swan Pic #3

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Well, you can see a poor pic of the Urbanjet and the 3rd pic shows on the bottom shelf (without a lot of effort on the pic) a Black "Silver Swan Original & a Peacock original"! Both never used, NIB and they have been on that shelf since they were introduced to the market back whenever.  "ONLY" delivered to Will's if interested, so PM me and we'll git-r-dun!

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Way to go Tim
I like that blue emerson with the black guard on it
Get that beauty runing

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 Posted: Mon Feb 24th, 2014 04:14 am
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Jerry Henry wrote: Peacock and Black Swan Pic #3
Really like your display stands, Jerry!

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 Posted: Mon Feb 24th, 2014 10:13 am
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Just so happens I have a stator already wound up just for you.

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 Posted: Mon Feb 24th, 2014 12:21 pm
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Rick Huckabee wrote: Just so happens I have a stator already wound up just for you.GRRRRRRRRREAT, that just makes my trip that much more enjoyable Rick as I love the  sound of that ol timer with the cast spider. MUCH APPRECIATED MY FRIEND, JERRY

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Will Guidry wrote: Jerry Henry wrote: Peacock and Black Swan Pic #3
Really like your display stands, Jerry!
Thanks kindly Bro Will, the racks are exceptionally sturdy, but more for display than most racks. The top shelf holds 16", 2nd shelf ideal for 8" and 3rd & 4th perfect for 12's. When I thought my fan days had ended I goofed up and let 10 of these bubbas get away from me, but maybe that's good where I won't try to fill'em up again..  :?

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