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 Posted: Thu Jun 13th, 2019 01:03 am
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Heath Kyle
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anyone know how much it would cost to get this fan fixed im not sure of the date if i got it in the right forum but three tiny wires came unsoldered from the back of the motor inside and need soldered back or fixed how much would it cost to fix this fan and who would i send it to to get it fixed or restored

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 Posted: Fri Jun 14th, 2019 11:46 am
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Heath Kyle wrote: anyone know how much it would cost to get this fan fixed im not sure of the date if i got it in the right forum but three tiny wires came unsoldered from the back of the motor inside and need soldered back or fixed how much would it cost to fix this fan and who would i send it to to get it fixed or restored




Hi Heath.  That looks like a very early Mitsubishi fan. Glad you're looking to get it up and going!

Can you post a picture of the broken wiring, so that we can see what is going on with it? It could be as simple as just re-connecting the wires; or the wires could have come off because the solder melted due to a short circuit.

Sincerely,
David

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 Posted: Fri Jun 14th, 2019 09:26 pm
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I would if i could get the back off but two of the screws wont budge the guy who sold it to me opened it up to try to fix a short by tighting a wire cuz you could hold the cord and it would work but when he opened it he said a tiny wire came unsoldered he told me it was an easy fix he just didn't know where it went to to solder it back. he also told me when it occilated it went one way the stopped but if you turned it the other way it would run by holding the wire but basically the guy says when he was working on it he said a small wire broke off but a person with a solder iron could fix it he told me the tiny wire that needs fixing is in the back of the motor so im guessing that wire he broke gave it power

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 Posted: Fri Jun 14th, 2019 09:33 pm
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Heath Kyle
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any idea how old this fan is what date the only thing i can see is a serial number 7 4 1975 but i think this is way older than 1975

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