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 Posted: Thu Mar 14th, 2019 08:26 pm
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Duane Bright
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I'm downsizing and starting to sell off my fan collection. Since I have no idea what they are worth, I'm listing them for less than I find similar fans listed for on eBay and going from there. If I'm out of line, don't hesitate to enlighten me. Let's begin with a Westinghouse Lively Aire, 2 speed, in decent working and cosmetic condition. 







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 Posted: Fri Mar 15th, 2019 04:44 am
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Richard Daugird
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With the paint loss on the base, $50 is more like it. Maybe. I have bouught a couple in very nice condition for around that price.

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 Posted: Fri Mar 15th, 2019 01:52 pm
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Steven P Dempsey
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They are supercommon, and easy to find in almost new condition - - try doing a search and see how many pop up!I have one, they do run nice.

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 Posted: Mon Mar 18th, 2019 04:16 am
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Levi Mevis
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I have a fan like that one that I found at a local antique shop near me that was in mint condition minus the blown speed resistor (fan only ran as a single speed instead of a 2 speed) that I only paid $30 for but then it also needs new fiber washers for the motor so that the motor doesn't make grinding noises when it comes up to speed or is shut off, the only problem is that I need to remove the blades on mine and I cant get the setscrew on my blade assembly to come off for the life of me its just absolutely stuck and no amount of heat or penetrating oil would make the setscrew budge, its almost as if they didn't wait long enough for the paint on the set screw and on the blade assembly to dry completely before assembling the fan and the paint dried the rest of the way which caused the setscrew to lock into place.



Last edited on Mon Mar 18th, 2019 04:16 am by Levi Mevis

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