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 Posted: Wed Dec 30th, 2020 09:02 pm
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Ed Teach
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I picked a fan almost exactly like this one. I have not had time to take pictures of the actual fan. I paid 45 OTD for it so I did OK even if it was a parts fan. It runs on all three speeds. Oscillates fine. There is a bit of vibration on low so the blades are a bit out of wack. Smooths out on high. Needs to be refurbished but I have not worked on this exact one before. Not sure if its pre or post 50s. No missing parts I can see. ITs an AS1 12 inch. Thanks for any help in value and IDing.

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Last edited on Wed Dec 30th, 2020 09:03 pm by Ed Teach

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 Posted: Thu Dec 31st, 2020 06:10 pm
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Geoff Dunaway
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GE "Quiet Fan" from the mid-late 30's. I think that was gone by 1940 with the Vortalex blade it's replacement

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 Posted: Thu Dec 31st, 2020 08:20 pm
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Thanks. I think it should rebuild just like an AOU. I think the head is two wire not four

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