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 Posted: Sat Apr 6th, 2019 01:38 pm
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Steven P Dempsey
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Anybody doing cage repairs therse days? Needs one "S" wire plus 2 soldered broken wires at the square back ring. ALso need a carbon brush (they are round, not square)
This little guy is cleaning up super well.Paint is 100% Pin striping is 95% Never seen a cage where the struts are just pressed in -no screws or clips. 190?? Can you really call an 8" fan a "Tank"?




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 Posted: Sat Apr 6th, 2019 02:36 pm
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David Kilnapp
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Ted Kaczor can probably repair that for you. PM him. He's in the member directory. I would contact Darryl Hudson for the brushes. He is also listed in the member directory.  

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 Posted: Sat Apr 6th, 2019 03:06 pm
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Jim Humphrey
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Steven,

I think this fan is more commonly termed an R&M open commutator.  It does have a commutator that's open to the top, right?  I can't tell from your pics here, but I thought I saw a 360 degree series of pics of this fan.  But it ain't no Tank.


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 Posted: Sat Apr 6th, 2019 03:49 pm
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Jim Humphrey wrote: Steven,
I think this fan is more commonly termed an R&M open commutator.  But it ain't no Tank.


Jim

The fan was placed on the market known as they "Standard"(R&M trademark name) Home Fan if you want to get down to the knitty gritty.  :D

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 Posted: Sat Apr 6th, 2019 03:51 pm
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Russ Huber
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This is a tank.  :D

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 Posted: Sat Apr 6th, 2019 03:53 pm
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Russ Huber
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This is a 1905 introduction model Westinghouse fan motor.

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 Posted: Sat Apr 6th, 2019 03:56 pm
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Russ Huber
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This is a Rollercoaster. 

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 Posted: Sat Apr 6th, 2019 03:57 pm
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Russ Huber
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This is a Storm Wave fan motor.  But you can call it anything you want.   :D

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 Posted: Sat Apr 6th, 2019 04:37 pm
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Russ Huber wrote: This is a 1905 introduction model Westinghouse fan motor.That fan Russ looks like a 1906 model.  This is the 1905 model with the smaller motor, cast blade hub, and S-wires on the cage that show inside the small ring, no cage badge and different struts.  I wish I had a much better photo.  Style 46970




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 Posted: Sat Apr 6th, 2019 04:45 pm
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Russ Huber
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Steven needs a guard wire replacement and guard repair for his Robbins & Myers "Standard" Home Fan.  

Last edited on Sat Apr 6th, 2019 07:48 pm by Russ Huber

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 Posted: Sun Apr 7th, 2019 11:32 pm
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Steven P Dempsey
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I used 0000 sanpaper to clean per instructions

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