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Jim Kovar
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I recently bought this from
an area antique picker.

My first and only non-60Hz
pancake... 🥞  415978338_big_grin(1).gif.283143774fbfe77340f69202d4b7eac5.gif

Would like to know year
of manufacture and aside
from missing parts, e.g. the
badge, and the goober'd
cage repair, is everything
there correct?  wondering.gif.2cbf76dc6fa47eaafe2100022504752d.gif

Just one speed and no
on/off switch?

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2 hours ago, Jim Kovar said:

I recently bought this from
an area antique picker.

My first and only non-60Hz
pancake... 🥞  415978338_big_grin(1).gif.283143774fbfe77340f69202d4b7eac5.gif

Would like to know year
of manufacture and aside
from missing parts, e.g. the
badge, and the goober'd
cage repair, is everything
there correct?  wondering.gif.2cbf76dc6fa47eaafe2100022504752d.gif

Just one speed and no
on/off switch?

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 A Form A would have had a Cast-Hub blade, but you know that! 🙄

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14 minutes ago, Nicholas Denney said:

If there ever was an "unfortunate pancake", I think this would be one for sure....

Hmm!,...  guess I'll just
put it out on the curb
for trash pickup.

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1 hour ago, Nicholas Denney said:

If there ever was an "unfortunate pancake", I think this would be one for sure....

On par with?...

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2 hours ago, Jim Kovar said:

Hmm!,...  guess I'll just
put it out on the curb
for trash pickup.

Well, you have a 16" motor, a 12" base, a ??? guard, and a 16" brass bell blade.

What would you do with it? Look for a 12" cake blade and motor? Or a 16" stump and blade?

Or make a one of a kind humdinger worth a hunnert thou?

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11 hours ago, Nicholas Denney said:

Well, you have a 16" motor, a 12" base, a ??? guard, and a 16" brass bell blade.

What would you do with it? Look for a 12" cake blade and motor? Or a 16" stump and blade?

Or make a one of a kind humdinger worth a hunnert thou?

Are you sure it's a 16" motor?  I seem to recall some of the higher frequency cycle fans having different coil setups and a thicker housing than the 60Hz models. 

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37 minutes ago, Doug Wendel said:

Are you sure it's a 16" motor?  I seem to recall some of the higher frequency cycle fans having different coil setups and a thicker housing than the 60Hz models. 

12" 02 125 cycle. 

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298736936_GePancakeSixteeninch.thumb.jpg.226b50e74c495b13df1a006700ed1864.jpgHi Jim, 1901,  16" motor. The switch should be in a full rib . The picture shown is a 1902. It has 5 speeds instead of 2. I believe the only thing the differs from 1901

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12 hours ago, Doug Wendel said:

Are you sure it's a 16" motor?  I seem to recall some of the higher frequency cycle fans having different coil setups and a thicker housing than the 60Hz models. 

I don't recall any 12" motors with a rear bearing. Thus...

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