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 Posted: Wed Nov 14th, 2018 03:18 am
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Jeff Jones
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I've seen a lot of standards and even a trunnion mount or 2 but this is the first I've seen one with this type of motor on it. They usually have the long motor.  Can anyone shed some light on it?  







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 Posted: Wed Nov 14th, 2018 05:53 pm
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Gunner Lake
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I think there's an ad for this same fan in the latest edition of the fan collector magazine. Am not home to check which page.

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 Posted: Thu Nov 15th, 2018 02:54 pm
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Here's 1950



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Here's a fan with a very similar, perhaps identical (memory in question), motor... I have no photos of the fan motor, for some reason can't locate any... The guard snaps into the clear frame, which I fortunately had not disposed of... I had been using the little motor portion as a desk fan at work, the frame was among a bunch of "stuff"... and eventually the light bulb went on and I realized the purpose of the plastic window insert... The box photo lists it as F11V21... I believe it to have been the identical motor, that's all I can say now.....






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