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Chad Campbell
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I have an Emerson 77648-AS but it has a pretty good vibration. Not sure I have the knowledge or patience to fool with it, although I may try.  Just curious if anyone has a good replacement blade they’d want to part with.

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Does it matter the color?

Chad Campbell
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Don’t think color matters. I should be able to paint, right?

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So any 77 Series 16" overlapping+ blade will do??

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Also used on Pedestal 77 Series Fans

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If it just has vibration, why not straighten/balance it? Most regional meets would yield some help on this.

~Sparky~

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I’m going to try to balance them.  Are these blades easy to manipulate by hand or need to use some instrument to give it a jolt?

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For balancing out of clock blades, I follow the master, John McComas method. Use a 2x2 pine board. Something struck the blade to knock it out of clock. With the board, you are knocking it back.

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The top right blade is the culprit that is out of clock!

Geo...


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