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 Posted: Wed Nov 25th, 2020 07:37 am
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David Enos
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I am in still in need of a switch for Emerson 73548 model if anyone can help.

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 Posted: Wed Nov 25th, 2020 03:35 pm
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Can you post a photo? That number does not register in my brain

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 Posted: Wed Nov 25th, 2020 03:40 pm
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From a search here - - I have a 73648 with a good switch, if it is compatible.



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The 73548 is just a 50 cycle 73648. I don't know if the electrical parts are compatible though. If the middle digit is 6, the fan runs on 60 cycles. If 5, then 50 cycles. If 0, the fan is DC and doesn't have cycles.

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That is some science beyond me - - The only Odd cycle Emerson I have is a Cutler Desk model - - 25 cycles

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I don't know what middle digit that would have; maybe a 2 or 3? It might be from the period before Emerson started using that code.

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Ok, I just checked the Emerson research project in the info section and here's what I found.

Middle digits:
2 = 25 cycles
5 (this wasn't on the research page; I base it on my personal findings) = 50 cycles
6 = 60 cycles
9 = 133 cycles
0 = DC



Your Cutler fan should have a 2 if it is new enough for the decoding system.

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Cutler - Desk, to Dry Desks



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Unique cone base & Oil Reservoir





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I have only seen 2 others, so far . . .

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I am in still in need of a switch for Emerson 73548 model if anyone can help.

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