Man shares easy way to revive old ceiling fan without breaking your wallet—it only costs you $1.22!

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For those familiar with the ceiling fan, you would know how the fan becomes less efficient and spins quite slow after being used for some time. As replacing with a new one would be costlier, this man shares a way to revive your old fan without breaking your wallet.

A man called Akhie Ayie shared on his Facebook the easy way to revive your old ceiling fan—and it will only cost you $1.22!

With a very low cost, follow these six simple steps to revive your old fan:

1. Open the lid of the ceiling fan counterclockwise to get the fan’s capacitor.

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2. Open the white clip so that both of the parts can be separated.

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3. Take the separated part to the ground and take off the fan’s capacitor.

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The capacitor is the black part connected to the red and grey wire.

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4. Replace the old capacitor with a new capacitor. If your fan is using capacitor 2.0, you can replace it with capacitor 2.5 to increase the speed of your fan.

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5. Close and screw everything back to its original place after replacing the capacitor.

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6. Lastly, connect the separated part back to its original position and close the fan’s lid.

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The steps are quite easy to follow, right? Try this and you will get an old fan that’s better than a brand new!

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