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 Posted: Mon Sep 25th, 2017 12:07 am
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Steve Stephens
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1954 Emerson 77646-AS adjusting case- need replacement for this broken one.  

This fan belongs to a woman who "found" me yesterday and asked if I could fix her fan.  The fan was her father's and has been in the family since new.  The last time she tried to run it it came to a stop, likely due to the shaft that goes into the base freezing up due to lack of lubrication which caused the small part shown in the first photo to break off, making the adjustment case unusable.  

Wanting to buy a replacement so I can get her fan oscillating again.   I did a thorough cleaning and oiling, new gearbox grease and new base felt and the fan runs cold and smoothly but won't oscillate.

Let me know if you have a good adjustment case for this fan and price.  
Thank you.  415-453-7790














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 Posted: Mon Sep 25th, 2017 08:09 pm
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Chad Hunter
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http://antiquefanparts.com/original-emerson-adjustable-oscillator-wheel/

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 Posted: Mon Sep 25th, 2017 09:34 pm
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Steve,

Do you know if the parts are interchangeable with the 16" 77648?

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 Posted: Tue Sep 26th, 2017 12:00 am
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Jamie Williams wrote: Steve,

Do you know if the parts are interchangeable with the 16" 77648?
I do think that the 12 and 16" used the same oscillator case.   I would like to get one from an overlapping blade 77646 but the exact color match is not totally important to the owner but it would be nice to get a close match to the one on the fan now.  The one on the fan has a single set screw; older ones seem to have two set screws.
Chad, thanks for reminding me of Chad Baker's parts in case nothing else turns up.

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 Posted: Tue Sep 26th, 2017 12:48 am
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Steve,

I suspected that may be the case. I think I may have a 16" fan with the part but I'll need to check tomorrow. If I have it the price is shipping + remember me next time.

Jamie

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Steve Stephens
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Thanks Jamie

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 Posted: Tue Sep 26th, 2017 01:22 pm
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Chad Hunter wrote: http://antiquefanparts.com/original-emerson-adjustable-oscillator-wheel/

Thanks Chad.   For some reason, Steve Stephens always puts me last on his list or not at all.  Cause I have exactly what he needs, single set screw, high collar and exact color.





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Chad Baker wrote: For some reason, Steve Stephens always puts me last on his list or not at all.  Cause I have exactly what he needs, single set screw, high collar and exact color.




Not really Chad Baker.  I almost never go looking for parts and do often tell people to check your website.  I just thought of the BST forum this time and now have the part needed, the fan all fixed up and oscillating, and a happy owner who can now use her fan.   The stud from the motor into the base was frozen due to lack of lubrication and that's what broke the oscillator disc.  

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