thunderscratch66: worked for me, i just saved 65000 rubly gorlons! thanks!
m007: First time i repaired my fan. Wow feels great !! thank you for this video
Lau Bjerno: "Dont mess with elecrtical items unless you dont know what you are doing" -
very funny :-)
luisajie: this is a temporary fix. it will eventually stop spinning when the oil
smuges and becomes sticky because of increasing shaft temperature and dust.
the correct fix is to replace the shaft and/or bushings if you're techy
enough to do it.
amina2014: Thank you. It worked!!!
Jonathan McLaren: Viola! :D
jason soroko: Just fixed my fan - Thanks
6DireWolf9: Thanks so much for this video. I JUST fixed my pedestal fan which operates
pretty much the same way as your fan does. :)
BLUE Heart Nikhil: thanks for saving my repairing cost.. :0
ringo rajpal: Hi also hv the same problem, but after removing and lubricating the motor,
Fan is still not working. There is no power at all. Could it be the start
capacitor? All advice
Kabeer Khan: thnks buddy its work thnks
samuel galiza: tnx man :)
Pushkaraj Pophalikar: Thank you for uploading this!
All the best for the future!
Hafizuddin Abd Manan: thanks bro, will try to fix my fan today, perhaps it works. thanks again
pipoygarapon: THANK YOU!!! MY FAN WORKS AGAIN LIKE BRANDNEW :D sorry for the caps. just
too happy :D
Tom Vasiliu: I am having trouble bypassing the clips the front cover (in order to get
access to the motor). Did you break them off or is there a way to get past
them? Thank you!
sari petashnick: Thanks! Works like new!!!
Alang Nas: thank you so much. you save my day at night. thanks a lot again.
reisenlieber: Why is the music so mourning? ))
atifsony: thanks for the fantastic video, I have a remote controlled fan, the problem
is it will switched on bt it moves very slowly just like its jam!! any help
plz.. I can upload the video in case if im unable to explain properly..
muibadah: Dude, Bro, BROTHER!~ Please, let me thank you from the bottom of my heart
that God had given you this knowledge to pass it to me. Thank you!!! You're
a great lifesaver...
FPS t-bag: Please watch my first "How to install" video :)
It is maybe a bad video, but it's my first!!
How to install a 120mm led fan to a PC case 
Cypherdude1: Thanks for the video. Very suspenseful soundtrack. LOL. CORRECTION @ 7:20
"Do not disassemble electrical appliances unless you know what you are
Gospelguitar1: The Video was very useful, i fixed my fan using it,,,,,nice!
IamFreeRu: Thanks man. Amazing easy fix.
mykrho: Thanks for the Video. But, is it OK if i use Car Oil in lubricating my
espresso: 5:26 Oiling the rotor itself is pointless since it never comes in contact
with anything. There's a wide air gap between the rotor and the stator
body. It's the shaft and the bearings you should be oiling.
ekimzaga: try living abroad where people take time to fix things rather than trash it
and buy a new one before even trying to fix it... my fingers are aching
just typing this message, first world problems...smh
J0Diaz: I knew about this fix already, I fixed/oiled 2 fans at home and they worked
very well for 2 months and then stopped working, what should I try? I think
I should check the capacitor .
Michael Flatman: you didnt turn it off !!! :-0
RxVxG: My "broken" fan now works again! Thank you for your easy to follow guide :)
Furai Baka: Oil is not needed on the rotor itself (5:18) as there's a tiny airgap
between the rotor and stator, they are not touching each other. Other than
that, great video!
sukhadjeevana: good one bro k i up
TheKarlsruheprotest: Isn't it better to use grease?
Mert Coskan: Thanks my friend for your nicely done video, you save me money, help me
relax and make myself feel useful. Cheers.
dylan hodgson: actually thought this video would help i turned it on, then started freaking
round with my fan, looked up once, and I fixed my fan, Apparently its just
something called common sense
vic86m: Different fans have different make. So you got to figure it out yourself
inorder to access the motor. My cinni table fan has only a knob which
itself is a screw!!
Mentorcase: They have self aligning bearings.
vic86m: Good to hear that! Congrats for your first successful fix! :) Keep fanning!
evanchapmanfanman: grease is not good for sleeve bearings because the bearings are porous
bronze bearings. the oil can travel through the porous bronze bearings but
grease cannot so it causes the bearings to become stiff as the grease dries
and gets dirty so it is best to use oil. grease is best for ball bearings,
not sleeve bearings
vic86m: Yes it has a screw inside. Unscrew it to remove the knob. I used a 1$ local
machine oil. I bought it from a local hardware store nearby.
Mentorcase: Been there done that, trouble is the bearing are lube from manufacture and
once they dry out they cannot be re-oiled, when my fan stopped for the same
reason I tried oiling the bearings and it worked for about a week then
dried out again, repeated the oiling and it lasted another week. I tried
thin machine oil, engine oil, graphite and oil, molybdenum grease and oil,
molybdenum grease but nothing would last.
Pterocarpous: Thank you! I have two industrial floor stand fans whose bearings have
seized. I have the 1st of the two disassembled and cleaned. Wasn't sure if
I should use grease or machine oil on the bearings so logged in to Youtube
and found your video. Very helpful! Thank you again!
Furai Baka: But the toothed retaining rings the bearings are held down by, tend to be
rather tight, so it may require some force to perfectly align them. That's
my experience. Even as freshly oiled, it may act seized, especially if it
was taken apart too for fixing it.
InsaneJungleCrow: Nice tutorial. I got to ask, how do we remote the knob (2:01 min) if it
doesn't seem to have screw inside? Also what oil/lubricant do you use? Last
time I tried using WD-40 it cause the fans to make noise and get stuck
after using short while.
vic86m: I had posed the same question to the mechanic guy, he said its better to
use a machine oil in table fan. I dont know what's the harm in using
grease, but i'd stick to his suggestion. :)