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 Posted: Mon Dec 12th, 2016 09:00 pm
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Bob Peshoff
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I am looking for blades, base and 2 struts for a 29646.  UPS trashed the base and blades.  2 struts were broken at the acorn nuts on the motor.  Brass or steel will work on the blades....of course I would prefer brass but steel will work.  If you have something that may work and you're willing to sell them, please let me know.

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 Posted: Mon Dec 12th, 2016 09:44 pm
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Mark Behrend
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Pm sent

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 Posted: Mon Dec 12th, 2016 10:35 pm
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Kevin R. Braswell
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Might have a base if you haven't found one yet. Keep me posted. 

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 Posted: Tue Dec 13th, 2016 03:01 am
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Bob Peshoff
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Thanks for the quick responses. So far I've gotten a base and blades. Still looking for 2 struts. They are the ones that are straight where they attach to the motor.

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 Posted: Sun Dec 18th, 2016 09:36 pm
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Still looking for 2 struts. They are the ones that are straight where they attach to the motor.

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 Posted: Sun Mar 5th, 2017 11:35 pm
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did you ever find stuts, i'll have to do some digging, but i think i do have some

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pm sent i have the blade and base and struts

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 Posted: Mon Mar 6th, 2017 12:37 am
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Bob Peshoff
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Thanks for looking guys. I now have all the parts to put this one back together.....thanks again everybody.

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 Posted: Mon Mar 13th, 2017 03:50 pm
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Cory Baughn
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Did UPS trash it, or was it improperly packed? A properly packed fan will handle some rough transport.

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 Posted: Mon Mar 13th, 2017 07:21 pm
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Cory Baughn wrote: Did UPS trash it, or was it improperly packed? A properly packed fan will handle some rough transport.That is exactly what I was thinking.  A proper packing job will take quite a bit of tossing, not protect from the steamroller treatment however.  Sad to see unnecessarily broken fans.   I say that it's as much up to the buyer to instruct the seller how to pack as it is for the seller to pack properly or follow instructions.

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 Posted: Tue Mar 14th, 2017 12:27 am
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Bob Peshoff
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It was the shipper (UPS).  The fan was well packaged and supported (could have been a little better) but the box was trashed.  It wasn't double boxed but was wrapped with bubble wrap and stuffed with paper.  The condition of the box was like it had fallen off something pretty high.  One corner was crushed in about 6 inches.  All in all, it worked out....the seller refunded enough for me to purchase another blade, struts and base.

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 Posted: Fri Mar 17th, 2017 05:45 am
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You learn something new every day - I was not aware that the Turd Polishers were unionized!!~!~!

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One of my customers used to be the main UPS hub in Harrisburg, PA. When you entered the facility, you were told to walk directly underneath the overhead package conveyors. WHY? Because packages regularly fall 20' from the conveyors onto the floor below. It keeps you from having one fall on your head. I witnessed it a few times myself. 
I'll never ship UPS. 

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I also won't use UPS.  A few years ago I bought a fan in Lincoln Nebraska, the fan was packed, insured, shipped, and trashed by UPS.  They refused to honor the insurance stating the box did not have the correct rating for shipping antiques.  You would have thought that might have been mentioned by the UPS packer.  Our local UPS driver told me UPS never pays on insurance and always states the contents were improperly packed, old business model of, "if you don't like it sue me"!

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