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 Posted: Sat Jun 27th, 2020 04:05 pm
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David Kilnapp

 

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It will be helpful to see pictures of the rear and side of the fan. As to the sideways pictures; your computer automatically rights the orientation for viewing but not for sending. Use a software like paintshop pro or Adobe Photo shop to open the picture, rotate it 90 degrees and save it and you will be good to go. These GE's are very easy to work on but you will likely have to disassemble it to clean the rotor and replace the grease in the gears (if it is an oscillating fan) to get it to rotate freely. Cleaning the rotor spindle, replacing the wick in the oil pot(s) and putting fresh oil in the oil pots will help too.

Last edited on Sat Jun 27th, 2020 04:06 pm by David Kilnapp