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 Posted: Tue Aug 13th, 2019 11:57 pm
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James Petersen
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I have a antique 1920 Menominee 12" oscillating electric desk fan type 350.  I am looking for a brass gear that is in the gear case, that has been worn out.  Gear is around 1.5" diameter & .75" tall.  The small gear is pressed into the larger gear and is fair but useable condition, the larger gear is worn out.  I am sure that the smaller gear can be pressed out of the larger gear and then repressed back into the new or usable large gear. Also is the steel worm gear that dives the brass gear part of the motor shaft, is it removable from the shaft?  I am a new member today, and looking forward to get started on my 12" fan.  Thanks James  





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