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Fan blade pitch on D-9H

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Jim Grimm

07-30-2014 13:05:55

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Can the fan blade pitch be adjusted to draw more air? THANKS.

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07-31-2014 18:46:52

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 Re: Fan blade pitch on D-9H in reply to Jim Grimm, 07-30-2014 13:05:55  
Most time when I went to one that was overheating would be one of two things, Most common air flow THRU radiator. Folks will try washing them and the dust just makes mud down in the corners. Remover the radiator and really push something thru ever fin opening and get it clean. Other thing is just what the other poster said big heavy fan with belts that were glazed over. You need to walk by the front of the beast and it almost knock you off your feet, need lots of air flow.

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07-30-2014 16:07:51

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 Re: Fan blade pitch on D-9H in reply to Jim Grimm, 07-30-2014 13:05:55  
If you have a reversible fan as Bob mentioned below,make sure all the blades are facing the same direction. Also check your belts,tension spring, and pulleys for wear, that fan pulls hard due to it's size,and requires the belts be snug and not riding on the bottom of the pulleys.

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07-30-2014 14:09:57

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 Re: Fan blade pitch on D-9H in reply to Jim Grimm, 07-30-2014 13:05:55  
No, they are either fixed(push or pull) or reversible(push or pull)
Later Bob

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