How to Assembly Commercial Electric Fan in 5 Minutes After Unboxing It Step by Step.
You can use a knife or a cutter to open the box of your fan. Then take out the part of the fan from the box one by one.
How to Assembly a Commercial Electric Fan Step by Step.
Step 1: Extending the standing pole.
First loosen the adapter on the standing pole. Then pull the upper portion of the standing pole to the desired height and re-tighten the height adapter.
Step 2: Removing hardware from the standing pole.
Remove the triangular knob and washer from the standing pole. Make sure to retain the triangular knob and washer for future use in step 3.
Step 3: Attaching the standing pole to base.
Attach the standing pole to the base using a triangular knob and washer.
Step 4: Attaching the fan head
Place the head on top of the standing pole and secure it in place of the plum knob.
Important: Make sure to tighten well all the knobs after installing the head because it is very heavy. If you do not tighten it enough, it could fall, hurting someone.
Step 5: Place the fan on a safe place, a flat surface where it cannot fall or be pulled by a cord. Plug the power cord into an outlet. Then turn the switch to the desired speed. The settings are 0=off, 3=high, 2=medium, 1= low.
We hope that this video helps you.
How to Assemble an Electric Fan Step by Step
An electric fan operates by sending electricity through a motor to turn a shaft upon which an impeller spins and cooling the room with circulation of cool air. Most fans have blades with slightly angled surfaces to maintain airflow while keeping cool air from sinking to the floor.
At home, assembling either a pedestal or wall mounted fan can be straightforward with the proper steps taken. Begin by placing both components – base fan and standing pole – on the floor before screwing them together – this process may require some work but will ultimately pay off in spades once your fan is assembled and you just have to place it onto its stand and plug it in!
Before turning on your fan, make sure it is completely dry. Any moisture entering its case or motor could lead to short circuiting and stop working altogether. If water has collected on it before using your fan, use a damp cloth to wipe off before continuing its operation.
First and foremost when assembling a fan is to check that it works as advertised. If unsure, plug it into an alternate outlet to determine whether or not its source may be responsible. Also try pressing backwards on its pins to reset them to see if this helps.
If your fan still doesn’t work, take a closer look at its components and perform some troubleshooting. One common cause is dust or friction accumulation in the motor case which prevents spinning; in such instances, clean and lubricate it to restore function.
One common cause of non-working fans is a blown capacitor. If this is the case, replacing it with one of similar type should restore functionality before reconnecting the wires to reconnect them later on. If none of this fixes your fan issue it might be best to invest in purchasing a new fan instead of trying to repair its previous version.
To determine the diameter of a fan easily and quickly, measure from one blade tip to the opposing blade tip, multiply this number by two, and use that information to locate one that suits your room – even odd-numbered fans work just as easily! Use this knowledge to find an appropriately sized motor fan; for guidance see section 1. Keep in mind it’s essential only use a properly sized motor so as to protect both safety and efficiency; operating one without one may cause overheating and burnout!
We will put the important links in the description down below.
Thanks for Reading it.
Remember to like, share, comment ..