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Cam Kuruliak
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I saw this Emerson Trojan fan in a store in Canada  and he is asking an outrageous price of $490 USD because the fan is completely missing the switch assembly underneath for starters It is on consignment so the guy did not know much about it What is a good price ? I was thinking in the range of $200-250 USD The only concern I have is that parts are going to be expensive and hard to find Am I correct?


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Run and go get it

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Buy it

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What price should I give him

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Are parts hard to find

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I would get it, even if you have to spend $200 on a switch you would still be doing good.   You should be able to find a comparable Emerson switch to work.  You would most likely have to rewind it so you would have a couple speeds like the original.

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I will be winding a choke for 4 pole -4 blade. If you can find the specs for 6 pole will wind a drop in coil for you

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Get it NOW... bring lots of cash.

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Get it as quick as possible.

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I am with the rest - BUY IT NOW! also send me the type number and serial number for the AFCA Emerson Survey.

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I agree with everyone else, a great price for a fan of that rarity even missing the switch. I would buy it in a heartbeat, even if I had to put it on credit!  :up:

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I hope you can nab this fan Cam.  There are so many talented folks in the afca that can help complete it and you'll still be able to double your money should you call King's X.   The nature of this discovery is very interesting and rare these days.  Canada, Montana, it must be breathtakingly beautiful in your back yard.  Please keep us posted and good luck.  

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Thanks Jim I bit the bullet and bought it and I am happy Wife is not though Here is the info
Model 5210
Serial # 515689
104 Volts 

I have attached some pics There is some screws missing The brass wing nuts have been replaced and the switch is completely gone 
Yeah Jim It is cold up here in Calgary Canada so cold that I am heading to Mexico 














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WOW! Spectacular find! Congratulations

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You did good.

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Looks like it should  clean up nice!

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You can reproduce a switch for it.  The principle of the function of the switch is not rocket science.  :D

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I am not that handy of a guy when it comes to electrical stuff so it might be rocket science to me

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Cam Kuruliak wrote: I am not that handy of a guy when it comes to electrical stuff so it might be rocket science to me
I am sorry, I don't have a switch to spare. I don't reproduce switches.  Rather than PM me, post in the BST for a switch, or seek help from one of the fan restoration artisans. With some of these fans you have to be very patient getting the parts you need. Good Luck!

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I need to get out mor often

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Try Chad Baker (Antiquefanparts.com) for the missing switch, wing bolts and the missing acorn nuts. That's a spectacular find! Outstanding!

Last edited on Wed Mar 6th, 2019 03:24 pm by David Kilnapp

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Thanks David I already tried Chad & Darryl with no luck I am going to take Russ’ advice & post it in BST section & see what happens 
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This is what a early Trojan porcelain switch looks like. Same as used in 1510

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Thanks Chris that helps me out a lot I was wondering why Emerson would not make a switch that could be used for several models I would think a 1510 switch would be easier to find 

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You won't lose any money on this fan Cam, no matter what you spend.

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Thanks for the pics I appreciate everyone’s help

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Worst case a 11646, 19646 etc switch can be mounted and choke wound to correlate to your six pole motor.

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Cam Kuruliak
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Thanks for the extra options I am sure I should be able to get one of these in the near future 

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Congratulations on a great buy.  I’m looking for this exact model.  There is one on eBay that is completely restored and they are asking $1200.

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Are you going to buy it

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Werent you going to post it?

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Cam,We live in Lakeside, MT from June through November.  If possible, I’d like to see your fan sometime.
Rusty.

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Ahh a fellow Montana person!!!!!!  Sure no problem Rusty


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