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Cam Kuruliak
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I came across this fan ||The guy is selling it and it does not run & he does not want much for it Sorry about the pics Is this a 1910 Jandus C frame Ball motor fan? Thinking of buying it I know Jandus fan are rare never see many of them for sale




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I don't know what year it is but I really like it. If I was you I would have it already!

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I am trying but I do not think he will ship it He says somebody else is looking at it perhaps a fellow member? Anyways if he will not ship it I will tell the forum where it is located
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Nice fan, he can't even run it to a UPS shipper for you for an extra sum and you deal with UPS?

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I am hoping he will Michael but you never know Crossing my fingers

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Wow !!!!!!   I checked with UPS and around $173 for them to package & ship it Might not be worth it
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It's worth it, get the fan. If you don't want it I'll pay you a finders fee of $150.00

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Gosh I guess I better get it I listen to you guys in here about my Trojan 5210  so I can’t go wrong

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Thought that would get you moving...

Cam Kuruliak
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It did!!!!!

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Russ Huber
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Jandus placed the C-Frames on the market in 09.  Jandus Electric Co. manufactured them in both DC roundball and GE AC split phase in 09 and 10 seasons. AB/Jandus manufactured them 11- very possibly 20.

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I am the other guy who was looking at the Jandus. I am purchasing it from the guy and picking it up in a week. Cool fan!

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So glad to hear that someone from the AFCA is purchasing this fan.  Congratulations, Alec.  Hope to see more pics.

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Well i got the Jandus and I am sick A  part of the base broke and it could have not been in a worse spot As you can see it broke right where the screw goes into the C Frame. I know this scan be fixed but damm!!!!! I went online here to see what my options are I do not think JB Weld is a good idea just because where the break is My neighbor is a machinist and he said we can retap the hole I am thinking more of a weld just because I will need the strength. SO I am asking what the members at large in here think I need your guidance I have attached some photos It definitely needs a rewire job









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It can be braised.

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Can be fixed no problem


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