You are asking questions without giving any background.
What type heater, what type fan, what type motor, what type Drive, belt?
direct hookup, or coupling? sorry no answer!!!
"KenK" wrote in message
I try to lube the fan in fall before the heater is used. However, I think
the bearings are sealed as it doesn't seem to help. In a few years the fan
starts getting moisy.
I suspect the heater makers use cheap fans with sealed bearings so people
replace the heaters sooner; the elements and switches far out last them
Anyone found a solution? Learn to enjoy listening to the fan instead of the
radio or TV or stereo?
I've tried using fanless heaters such as the hot oil radiator type but
sometimes they just don't heat well enough.
You know it's time to clean the refrigerator
when something closes the door from the inside.
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