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 Posted: Sat Sep 2nd, 2017 01:33 pm
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Dylan Vitter
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(sorry if this sounds stupid) where is the best place to find ceiling fans quickly as my garage fan broke and i really have no clue about fans. Thanks for your help :)

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 Posted: Sat Sep 2nd, 2017 02:05 pm
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Quickly and cheap... Craigslist.

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 Posted: Sat Sep 2nd, 2017 02:27 pm
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Chris A. Campbell wrote: Quickly and cheap... Craigslist.There is one there now I’ll go and see if I could get it. Thanks!

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IMHO, I would look for an old Hunter  or Emerson cast iron with wooden blades. Might take longer but well worth it. Those fans last forever if oiled periodically. Probably have to take it apart and clean it/ replace the wires, maybe the bearings. Good way to learn. :D

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I just found an Emerson Roundnose at an estate sale and had no idea that it was there. Had to take it down though. You just have to kepp looking

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Craig Robbins wrote: IMHO, I would look for an old Hunter  or Emerson cast iron with wooden blades. Might take longer but well worth it. Those fans last forever if oiled periodically. Probably have to take it apart and clean it/ replace the wires, maybe the bearings. Good way to learn. :DThanks for the advice! yes im trying to find an original at this time 

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Tom Morel wrote: I just found an Emerson Roundnose at an estate sale and had no idea that it was there. Had to take it down though. You just have to kepp lookingNice!! Congrats!! :)

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Goodwill if you want one quick and cheap.
I see celling fans in my local G.W. UNDER $20.00.

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Charlie Forster wrote: Goodwill if you want one quick and cheap.
I see celling fans in my local G.W. UNDER $20.00.
Ok thanks will check it out!

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