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Wray Dillard
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I am seeking help from the fan collector community. I acquired a Westinghouse 12 LA 3 for free from a neighbor that knows I enjoy restoring old tools and such. This fan does not turn on. It was previously rewired in a way that could only have made matter worse.

This is a Westinghouse 12 LA 3 oscillating fan, 2 speed
Part No. Y-4692
VOLTS: 115
CYCLES: 60
AMPS: .7

The low speed resistor is marked Y28664-1.  This is the part I would like to find a replacement for.


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 Posted: Thu Jun 10th, 2021 08:50 pm
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You could use this:
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Thanks so much David, I sincerely appreciate your help. I'll post a video on YouTube and will happily brag about the great help I got from AFCA.

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The schematic symbol is an iron core
reactor (aka inductor or choke) and it
is labeled as a "resistor."





The photo, I'm pretty sure, shows
a sand resistor.


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Jim Kovar
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Reactor...   Resistor...

There is a distinction!
   A 90° distinction.  :shock:

            


An easy solution...   :P


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 Posted: Thu Jun 10th, 2021 11:44 pm
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Jim Kovar wrote: Reactor...   Resistor...

There is a distinction!
   A 90° distinction.  :shock:

            


An easy solution...   :P



The angle theta is the phase shift. Combining the wire resistance with a coil (inductance) or capacitor creates a phase shift to drive start windings. 

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