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Untitled - Brian Ruryk - Guitar Stuck In Blades Of Fan

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  1. Jun 13,  · Sounds like you have a bad capacitor for the fan motor. Many small electric motors need some assistance to start turning. That is accomplished by using a capacitor. If the blades turn freely by hand and do not appear to be binding, then I would look at replacing the capacitor.
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  3. On an 8 foot ceiling, blades should be at least 10 inches from the ceiling for maximum air movement but not less than 6 inches. For every 2 inches less than 8 inches of clearance there is a 25% loss in airflow. The lowest a ceiling fan can be from the ground is 7 feet.
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  6. Jul 18,  · Often, the fan was working fine the last time you used it and this time, when you turned it on, the fan blades won't move. It is not uncommon for this to occur. Frozen fan blades can be a bit of a mystery. Often, the fan was working fine the last time you used it and this time, when you turned it on, the fan blades won't move.
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