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 Posted: Wed Feb 7th, 2018 12:55 am
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Charles Tedrick
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Here is a great fan I picked up today. It's a 12 inch 3 speed that is similar to an Emerson 77646 in the way that it runs. It' very strong on all 3 speeds and silky smooth ad well. I think the Emerson makes just a little less noise but its close. I think the boat tail style rear motor cover gives it the styling edge over the 77646. 

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 Posted: Wed Feb 7th, 2018 12:56 am
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Levi Mevis
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Nice fan! There's a 1920s vintage Diehl Fan for sale locally at one of the antique shops near me but its missing its switch/speed coil assembly in the base and part of the oscillator linkage is missing and some other stuff and they want over $60 for it, which I think is way too much for that fan with it missing so many hard to find parts. what do you think?

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