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  • Thunderbolt 225V fan spacing

    Hi all. I just got an older Thunderbolt 225V than hasn't been used in many years. I think the fan has been replaced & it probably seized & one on the blades is partially melted/charred. I'm wondering if the spacing is correct. or if it should be closer to the transformer? If someone hasn't done the annual oiling of the motor, perhaps you could measure the spacing for me. I've attached a few pictures of the before & after work that I have done so far. The serial # is a style # HH-6C. The manual is the one that covers "Serial Numbers HH06 through HK12" and is here:
    http://www.millerwelds.com/service/l...DERBOLT%20225V
    Thanks
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