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Introducción

The oscillation arm controls the back and forth motion of the fan. A broken or compromised oscillation arm will inhibit the fan oscillation function.

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  1. Unplug your fan. Remove the 20 mm bolt that fastens the fan ring located at the bottom of the fan cage with a Phillips #3 screwdriver.
    • Unplug your fan.

    • Remove the 20 mm bolt that fastens the fan ring located at the bottom of the fan cage with a Phillips #3 screwdriver.

  2. Remove the ring that runs around the edge of the fan cage.
    • Remove the ring that runs around the edge of the fan cage.

  3. Remove the front of the fan cage.
    • Remove the front of the fan cage.

  4. Remove the 8 mm bolt fastening the fan blades to the rotor with a Phillip #3 screwdriver.
    • Remove the 8 mm bolt fastening the fan blades to the rotor with a Phillip #3 screwdriver.

  5. Take caution when removing the fan blades. They can be sharp!
    • Take caution when removing the fan blades. They can be sharp!

    • Slide the fan blade off the end of the rotor.

  6. Unscrew  the four 8 mm bolts that fasten the back of the fan cage back to the motor housing with a Phillips #3 screwdriver.
    • Unscrew the four 8 mm bolts that fasten the back of the fan cage back to the motor housing with a Phillips #3 screwdriver.

  7. Pull the back cage off.
    • Pull the back cage off.

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  9. Unscrew the 10 mm screw in the center hole of the oscillation knob with a Phillips #3 screwdriver. Unscrew the 10 mm screw in the center hole of the oscillation knob with a Phillips #3 screwdriver.
    • Unscrew the 10 mm screw in the center hole of the oscillation knob with a Phillips #3 screwdriver.

  10. Remove the oscillation knob.
    • Remove the oscillation knob.

  11. Use your fingers to gently pull the power knob directly away from the motor housing.
    • Use your fingers to gently pull the power knob directly away from the motor housing.

  12. Unscrew the flat 17 mm nut fastened at the bottom of the power knob with a small crescent wrench.
    • Unscrew the flat 17 mm nut fastened at the bottom of the power knob with a small crescent wrench.

  13. Remove the four 6 mm bolts and small washers that secure the front face of the motor housing with a Phillips #3 screwdriver and remove the washers. Remove the four 6 mm bolts and small washers that secure the front face of the motor housing with a Phillips #3 screwdriver and remove the washers.
    • Remove the four 6 mm bolts and small washers that secure the front face of the motor housing with a Phillips #3 screwdriver and remove the washers.

  14. Pull the front face of the motor housing off toward the front of the rotor.
    • Pull the front face of the motor housing off toward the front of the rotor.

  15. Remove the 10 mm triangular-headed bolt with a Phillips #3 screwdriver. Remove the 10 mm triangular-headed bolt with a Phillips #3 screwdriver.
    • Remove the 10 mm triangular-headed bolt with a Phillips #3 screwdriver.

  16. Slide the back end of the motor housing away from the front of the rotor.
    • Slide the back end of the motor housing away from the front of the rotor.

  17. Remove the small piece of paper hanging on the power button.
    • Remove the small piece of paper hanging on the power button.

  18. Using a Phillips #3 screwdriver, unscrew the the 16 mm long screw fastening the oscillation arm to the lower oscillation gear screw. Using a Phillips #3 screwdriver, unscrew the the 16 mm long screw fastening the oscillation arm to the lower oscillation gear screw.
    • Using a Phillips #3 screwdriver, unscrew the the 16 mm long screw fastening the oscillation arm to the lower oscillation gear screw.

  19. Using a Phillips #3 screwdriver, unscrew and remove the 4 mm long bolt on the front face of the base that fastens the motor assembly to the base bolt. Using a Phillips #3 screwdriver, unscrew and remove the 4 mm long bolt on the front face of the base that fastens the motor assembly to the base bolt.
    • Using a Phillips #3 screwdriver, unscrew and remove the 4 mm long bolt on the front face of the base that fastens the motor assembly to the base bolt.

  20. Remove the fan motor assembly from the base.
    • Remove the fan motor assembly from the base.

  21. Using a Phillips #3 screwdriver, unscrew the 15 mm long bolt fastening the oscillation arm to the fan base bolt. Using a Phillips #3 screwdriver, unscrew the 15 mm long bolt fastening the oscillation arm to the fan base bolt.
    • Using a Phillips #3 screwdriver, unscrew the 15 mm long bolt fastening the oscillation arm to the fan base bolt.

  22. Remove the oscillation arm.
    • Remove the oscillation arm.

Conclusión

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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