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Hardware Age - Volume 163, Issues 1-6 - Page 47
https://books.google.com/books?id=1cwTAQAAMAAJ


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MIMAR COMFORT CONTRO LINE SETS NEW TREND IN STYLE AND PERFORMANCE Here's another DELUXE ... SUPER AIRFLOW MODEL (MP-312-RF) This powerful air circulator delivers a tremendous volume of air for cooling at............

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I have one of these fans and I love it! It is such a workhorse! We have it in our living room / dining room area.

https://www.rock-fanned.com/2018/09/mimar-312-rf.html

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I always appreciate your research and posting these links. Thank you, Russ!

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Jenn Selchow wrote: I have one of these fans and I love it! It is such a workhorse! We have it in our living room / dining room area.

https://www.rock-fanned.com/2018/09/mimar-312-rf.html

I ran across my example in recent past. I avoid giving circulators a home anymore. I couldn't resist this one as it was in such good shape and unique looking. Yes, your are on target, this is a Vornado copy cat that channels a tunnel of wind like a bullet through a barrel.  :D

I have to replace or fix the switch as I have a missing low speed. The motor is like new.  Thanks for you kind words, not necessary as I enjoy sharing the knowledge. :clap:

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I found one with what appears to be an earlier badge and motor.













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Interesting. It appears they removed the rear oil port on the later models.

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Jenn Selchow wrote: Interesting. It appears they removed the rear oil port on the later models.
Jenn, so you have the same motor as this model?

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No, my motor has the oil port.

https://www.rock-fanned.com/2018/09/mimar-312-rf.html

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