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Dyson am07 fan dead....

Discussion in 'Electrics UK' started by Mark1919, 9 Aug 2018.

  1. winston1

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    Indeed, fault finding by trial and error, replacing one bit after another can get very expensive.
     
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    Until you begin to realise that the cost of a whole new one is less than its component parts.
     
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  4. Mark1919

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    Its not the expense im thinking about but i have bought every electrical part in this fan apart from the turner motor so i basically have a full new setup but its not working... so unless i blew the new pcb board with the old motor like others suggested...
     
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    Buy another board and see if it works then.
     
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    Electronics troubleshooting without much electronics knowledge is a bad idea, the cost of a suitably skilled person who could repair it is usually more than someone is prepared to pay so its best thrown out or replaced! the part to fix it may only cost tens of pence, but its the skill of the tech you pay for.

    Saying that, maybe the battery is just dead in the remote!?
     
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