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 Posted: Tue Apr 6th, 2021 06:44 pm
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Michael Rathberger
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Less drama with this one. Emerson may have redeemed themselves on the switch although I still think it's a crappy design. There's a break in the coil in the very last bit where it connects to the solder blob so high only for now. Runs quite nice. I like the 19044 a little better aesthetically but when you travel in the low rent district of fan collecting you take what you can get for price...

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 Posted: Tue Apr 6th, 2021 07:37 pm
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Dan Hilton
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You just do not see the small DC's from Emerson around.  Nice to see one once in a while.
Congrats Mike!


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 Posted: Tue Apr 6th, 2021 09:18 pm
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James Henderson
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A early D.C. Emerson is hardly low rent. They are difficult to find.

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 Posted: Tue Apr 6th, 2021 09:55 pm
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Steve Butler
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Two cool little guys. 😎   What’s the number on this one? Some tag pictures would be nice.  

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 Posted: Tue Apr 6th, 2021 10:24 pm
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Michael Rathberger
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19045. If I had the 6 i'd go 456...
Never said the Emmy was low rent only that I live there. Relatively speaking. Had I found a holtzer Cabot basket weave instead if this for the same relative price I would have to think long and hard about springing. This was a no brainer.

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 Posted: Wed Apr 7th, 2021 10:46 am
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Michael Rathberger
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 Posted: Wed Apr 7th, 2021 11:30 am
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Steve Butler
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Thanks, I was curious if the tag was labeled direct current besides the 0.  

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 Posted: Thu Apr 8th, 2021 03:01 am
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Mike Petree
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Neat! Don't think I've seen a 19045 before.

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 Posted: Thu Apr 8th, 2021 12:47 pm
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Can you post more pictures? I’m curious about the switch and speed resistor. 

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 Posted: Thu Apr 8th, 2021 01:55 pm
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Michael Rathberger
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I had it apart Tuesday, it's put away now for the museum. I will say both switches are a 2 tier mica plate design, nichrome winds on both plates.

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Michael Rathberger wrote: 2 tier mica plate design, nichrome winds on both plates.






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 Posted: Thu Apr 8th, 2021 06:12 pm
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David Hoatson
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Russ Huber wrote: Michael Rathberger wrote: 2 tier mica plate design, nichrome winds on both plates.
Thanks. Great fan. 






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 Posted: Thu Apr 8th, 2021 06:22 pm
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Junk toasters at the dump recycling offer lots of non-conductive heat insulators free of charge to cut yourself the correct size and dimension sheet for your nichrome wind. You might even find one with mica insulators.  :D











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