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 Posted: Fri Nov 15th, 2019 10:04 pm
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Jim Kovar
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"Royal" direct-current fan motors.


So, who has one?    Do show!  :thumbup




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 Posted: Fri Nov 15th, 2019 11:31 pm
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Royal Norman
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Okay, I need to find one of those fans.  :D
Royal

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 Posted: Sat Nov 16th, 2019 01:33 am
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Jim Kovar
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Hey, Royal, find

me one too!   :clap:






The bracket one.  :thumbup

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 Posted: Sat Nov 16th, 2019 01:47 am
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Deal

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 Posted: Sat Nov 16th, 2019 02:24 am
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If I had one and was to mount
it on a wall, the switch lever
would be on the bottom.


What is that small circular
feature on the base at about
the 10 o'clock position?

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 Posted: Sat Nov 16th, 2019 02:35 am
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Jim Kovar
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Power or head wire
feed through hole?  :wondering:


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Now, who manufactured the Royal fan motor? And no, it is not Royal.


Anyone?  :wondering:

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 Posted: Sat Nov 16th, 2019 02:51 am
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E. B. Latham & Co. is an agency, not a manufacturer. 

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Jim Kovar
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Pennsylvania Electric Company.

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 Posted: Sat Nov 16th, 2019 05:16 am
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There is a high probability the Royal is a Crescent fan motor.  :D

https://www.afcaforum.com/forum1/43981.html

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Jim Kovar wrote: What is that small circular
feature on the base at about
the 10 o'clock position?

Maybe it is one of two fasteners (other one at 4-o’clock) that attach the base. 

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 Posted: Sun Nov 17th, 2019 01:04 am
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