A leaky ceiling fan on a farmhouse in Maharashtra, India has made its way to the news, leaving some owners with questions about the safety of their home and the quality of its sound.
The leak was discovered by a farmer named Gyan Singh on the farm of his son who is a farm labourer.
Singh, who has lived on the same land for more than 25 years, said he noticed that the fan on his farm had not been charged with electricity or even run, and that he had not noticed any problems with the fan until he moved in with his son, who was in his early twenties.
The farmer told The Hindu that the ceiling fan had been installed on his land as part of his farm construction project in 2010, and he did not notice any problems for about six months.
“When we installed the fan it would run continuously,” Singh said.
The fan is made of wood, bamboo, iron and steel, and is equipped with a power supply that can run for two hours.
It has a capacity of 60w, according to Singh.
“There is no air in the unit.
The fan is always on and off,” he said.
The farmer did not hear any noise coming from the ceiling when the fan was on.
Singh told The Hindustan Times that the leak did not affect his farm’s operation, which has remained unchanged since the ceiling fans were installed.
“It was not that much of a problem because the fan is a high-end product,” he added.
“The farm has never had any problems and we have never had a problem with it.”
However, when the farmer was contacted by The Hindu, he said that he would take the fan apart and look for problems.
“I will make sure that the issue is solved before the fans are charged again,” Singh told The Huffington Post India.
The farm was built on a large land, which Singh said could have posed some safety concerns for him.
“When I bought the farm, I had the option to build it on the back of a farm that was built with wooden beams.
The problem is that I have no idea if it is safe to build a farm on the backs of such a huge land,” Singh added.”
The issue has not been resolved.
I am trying to look into it but it has not come to me yet,” he concluded.
Singham said that the farmer’s son had no complaints about the fan and that it would take a week or two for him to make a decision.