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 Posted: Tue Jun 18th, 2019 05:28 am
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David Hamm
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     Hello I just got this fan. It is missing a knob for what I think is the control for

the oscillation action.I was thinking that it would be able to move , using a pair of pliers

to gently change the position of the shaft, It does not move at all right now, though the motor seems

to work well.If I need to remove the rear cover, to get to the gear box, how should I do that?

From what I have read removing the blade is not recommended, so I am hoping the reaprs I may need to do

won't require that. Thanks for the help, david


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 Posted: Wed Jun 19th, 2019 12:45 am
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Steve Rockwell
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I don't know the fan at all, but here's a schematic:





   Yesterday I mistakenly posted the drawing twice... here's the list:




Last edited on Wed Jun 19th, 2019 01:39 pm by Steve Rockwell

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 Posted: Fri Jun 21st, 2019 12:28 am
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Wow that was fast, and thanks for the information !

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