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 Posted: Sun Mar 25th, 2018 05:19 pm
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Jim Humphrey
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I need a cage badge for the Diehl 9510 in the pics below.  It's a front oscillator, 9", steel blades plated brass, steel cage, pot metal motor housing, cast iron base and neck.  Now here's the poser, I don't know what the badge should look like...I'm guessing that it's the flat brass badge that just says "Diehl" with some swirlies around it, and probably 1" to 1 1/2", maybe a little over.  Don't know if a badge from one of the cages with straight spokes would work, but I'd guess not.  Nothing on Chad Baker's site, but I'll check with him too.  This is a nice running little fan, 3 distinct speeds from a resistance wire control, and just wierd enough to be attractive.  Thanks for  any help, folks.



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 Posted: Sun Apr 8th, 2018 02:11 pm
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Jim Humphrey
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Charlie Wicks came thru with a Diehl badge for this little jewel!  Thanks Charlie!
Jim

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 Posted: Sun Apr 8th, 2018 03:03 pm
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1917-18 appears to be your fans introduction.  1917 Diehl offers no electrical trade fan motor changes as their fans were marketed and badged exclusively through Western Electric. 

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 Posted: Sun Apr 8th, 2018 04:04 pm
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Thanks for that info Russ, so this fan must be 1918 or later, since it's Diehl badged.  I just sent Larry Hancock some pics of this fan for the Galleries, now I'll get back to him with a better date.  Nice running little fan, oscillates great, and has very good speed separation.
Jim

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 Posted: Sun Apr 8th, 2018 09:58 pm
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I have never seen that 9" model before. Cool beans.  I "think" Crocker Wheeler brought out the FIRST 9" RESIDENCE fan motor in 12.  I am not gospel on that though.

Diehl is full of surprises. :D 

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 Posted: Sun Apr 8th, 2018 10:21 pm
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Jim Humphrey
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Thanks for that info Russ.  Here's a pic of the motor tag on this 9510, I thought it was a little unusual to see the big "Patent Pending".  Jim

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 Posted: Mon Apr 9th, 2018 01:31 am
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Jim Humphrey wrote:
I thought it was a little unusual to see the big "Patent Pending".  Jim


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 Posted: Sun Apr 15th, 2018 04:01 am
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Western Electric 18.

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