Broken Flywheel Repair
A flywheel is between your blades and your motor on your ceiling fan. Some ceiling fan manufacturers use rubber flywheels, while other manufacturers use flywheels made of other materials. You know you have a broken flywheel when the fan stops working, but you can still hear your motor working. The motor will be making some noise, but the fan won't be turning. The important thing is to kill power to the ceiling fan right away to avoid damage to the motor and other parts.
Next, you need to qualify a number of things. Is it the flywheel for sure that is having the problem? We have another article on flywheel replacement that will help you to diagnose with more certainty, that it is indeed the flywheel on your ceiling fan that is causing the issue. Once you determine that it is the flywheel that is having the problem, the next step is to determine a> what kind of flywheel you need, b> where to find that replacement flywheel and then c> how to replace the broken flywheel.
Our articles on ceiling fan troubleshooting and repair will help you to fix this problem. On our sister website we have a number of troubleshooting guides and broken flywheel repair and replacement is one of them. Please take a look at the article we have written over there. As always, feel free to fill our contact us form or post on our forums if you need additional help.
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