Introduction

The Vornado 133 has a small fuse in the plug end as a safety feature; if the fuse has burnt out, your fan will not start. This guide will illustrate how to remove and replace the fuse.

Parts

  1. Ensure the unit is powered off and remove the plug from the outlet.
    • Ensure the unit is powered off and remove the plug from the outlet.

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  3. Slide open the fuse access cover on the top of the plug by moving it towards the end of the plug. Slide open the fuse access cover on the top of the plug by moving it towards the end of the plug. Slide open the fuse access cover on the top of the plug by moving it towards the end of the plug.
    • Slide open the fuse access cover on the top of the plug by moving it towards the end of the plug.

  4. Use a pair of tweezers or a small plastic spudger to remove the fuse from from the fuse casing. Remove the end nearer to the fan body first, then the end nearer to the plug end. The replacement fuse must be 2.5 amp, 125 volt. Do not push against the glass center of the fuse, only the metal end pieces.
    • Use a pair of tweezers or a small plastic spudger to remove the fuse from from the fuse casing. Remove the end nearer to the fan body first, then the end nearer to the plug end.

      • The replacement fuse must be 2.5 amp, 125 volt.

      • Do not push against the glass center of the fuse, only the metal end pieces.

Conclusion

Follow these instructions in reverse order to install the new fuse and close the access panel.

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3 Comments

Great post! This saved me $60 from buying a new fan! Thank you!

jamiekim808 - Reply

Thanks for posting. Ordered a pack of 50 fuses from amazon for $7.97

TLCIMMORTAL - Reply

Fast-acting or slow-acting?

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