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A fabulous vintage electric fan with the Kenmore name.

The fan has a very heavy cast iron base and steel motor housing -- both painted a wonderful minty green aqua. The metal cage and heavy aluminum blades are silver in color. The fan has one speed and oscillates. There is an on/off switch on the back of the motor housing. The button in the center of the cage is marked with a K for Kenmore, sold through Sears Roebuck. The fan is marked as model 303.80090 and is 55 watts and for AC only.

Measures 13 inches tall, 11 1/2 inches across the cage. There are scratches and scrapes to the base and motor, as well as some light corrosion. The fan works when plugged in and is fairly quiet when operating. While the fan does work, we always recommend rewiring vintage appliances and electronics for safety.

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Order by December 15 for delivery by Christmas -- domestic shipping only.

Frequently asked questions about GizmoandHooHa

Items are carefully packaged and all shipments are insured. If an item is damaged or broken in transit, please contact me within 24 hours of receipt of the package. Please save both the item and all packaging materials as photographic evidence will be needed by the insurer. Also, some insurers require that broken or damaged items be surrendered to them. You may need to sign an affidavit, but we will file the insurance claim for you. Reimbursement will be made upon settlement of the claim, which is typically within 30 days of filing.
Wisconsin buyers will be charged 5.5% state sales tax on items that ship within the state. Wisconsin law requires that both the purchase price and shipping charge be taxed.
Yes; terms are negotiated on a case by case basis.