DIY - Repair Your Table Fan




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Thunder Warrior: the most dirtiest switch i have ever seen, yack horrible. hygiene please.

kiki ki: I'm just gonna start getting my fan

lovin sunsets: This helped me fix my dang fan that spun slowly and only worked once in a while as I had to spin it manually. BUT I did manage to get it fixed with the help of this video so thank you!!😁I also feel like an engineer now😏

Hanin M: to be a good time in 6ubl8r36

Melisa Sai: Hope it get powerful

MCHero1: Creepy Sound ._.

kristel popovic: For my fan the motor cover doesn't come off

baiby Doll: it doesnt work :(

Mohammed Jamsheed: Thankyou so much..😘😘😘😘 my Havells fan this same problem.that time iam watched your video...iam followed your video steps..now my fan is working well....thanks many many thanks....you saved my cash..😘😘😘😘😘

Guruprasad Bhatawdekar: Thanks

Jayden Lawson: Thank you for the video! What if it is freely rotating when I spin the shaft, but when I put the fan blade back on, it will not turn on Speed 1 (the lowest speed). When I choose Speed 3 (the highest speed), it is able to start. It does smell a little bit like something is straining or burning. Please help!

GAMERfReAk692: thnx! i have honeywell quietset oscillating fan. same problem, electrical seems to be working, but rotor stiff as hell. got to it, used wd-40, and fan works again! well, kinda... it doesnt oscillate anymore lol... i dont wanna disassemble this thing again

Neka b: thank you so much for your video saved me some money, time and sleep I can't sleep without my fan lol thank alot.

Cozzy Internet: if he can, so I can.......hahah! :D cheers, Vikash!

Warrenski 06: thanks to this my fan is working now no need to go to repair shop or to asked somebody to fix it.

Melinda Van Der berg: my moter runs but it is not turning seems like on one of the weels it get stuck what too do

momoleaon stickman: great

ORANGEAPPLE2/ORANGENEZKA2: can i ask you about the blade but wich one is good and not noise 3 blade or 5 blade

Gluluman: Actually You need to degrease it first, remove the gunk. Second that oil will dehydrate over time , dry up and build up that will clog over time– Fan blade and rotor should be Free of oil.

David Quezada: would WD 40 work?

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DIY - Repair your Table Fan 5 out of 5

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