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I was trying to see if I could stop my fan from wobbling. After loosening the 2 phillips screws I twisted the upper housing slightly and the complete fan came loose(except for the wires). I just want to put the fan back up and tighten what ever needs to be tightened in order to keep it from wobbling. Is there a procedure for rehanging the fan?
We have a black, white, and blue electrical wires. What does the blue line connect to in the Model M52UL.......thanks.
wiring up ceiling fan have 3 wires comiong out of fan [black white and blue] but only have 2 in ceiling [black and white] How do we wire it up so everything works
wiring I need the wiring connections for heretage fan m52ul. I have black white and blue wire's comming out of fan and black white and green in celing. Rather than risking hooking it up wrong, my guess is black to black, white to white and blue to green. is this correct?
I have a model H52ul Heritage cieling fan. The fan switch went bad and when I removed it for replacement, several (3) of the wires pulled out of the switch before I could identify them. I wired the switch using the directions on the switch but it still will not work. I have a black wirewhich is the hot wire and the three remaining wires are yellow orange and purple. Can you tell me how they should be connected. Thank you Lloyd Fledderman
If you find that the number of pulls does not match up with the proper fan speeds, you will need to move the purple, yellow, and orange leads around on the switch numbers 1, 2, and 3 until it's right.
------------- In some switch connections it's:--- L - Orange, 1 - Black, 2 - Yellow, 3 - Purple . ---------- You try both the combinations.--------- In most of the connections black is hot, but on some connections orange is hot.-------- This will help.Thanks.Helpmech.
I understand that the black and blue wire can be connected to the black wire in my ceiling. ok fair enough. However, in my new bedroom, there is 2 switches on the wall that apparently control two black wires up in the light "can". so is it possible to wire the black to one black wire circuit and then wire the blue to the other black wire in the 2nd circuit. I am assuming if I did so that the two switched on the wall would independently control the lights and then the fan motor, and I would need to pull the chains for that. Am I correct?
The ceiling fan and light can also be wired through two switches. This would generally be two separate switches, one for the fan and one for the light. This would generally be a 3 conductor w/ground coming from the switch box. The ceiling fan (black) wire would connect to the switched black wire from the ceiling fan switch, the light wire (blue) would connect to the switched red wire from the light switch and the neutral (white) and ground (bare) would connect to the their associated wires..
Call the Fan manufacturer if your past the 30 day department return window, but still within the one year manufacturer warranty. If you paid by credit card-they extend the warranty an extra year for you. Also, check your wiring to make sure you connected black/blue wires together to the black wire coming from the ceiling and the white wire to the white wire coming from you ceiling.
Go out and spend the money for a Hunter Fan. They have good ratings and customer satisfaction.
You can also look at the Home Depot or Lowes. Worst case you can replace all of the globes as opposed to trying to match one or two you already have.
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got a 52" heritage ceiling fan from meijer and it uses e12 candalabra bulbs. Doesn't come with any and no local stores have them. What is the deal?
You can also buy them online if you like (that link was just the first shopping link from googling "e12 candelabra bulbs"
Just be sure to rate my fix as "helpful" before you go shopping! :)
i have a 52 " heritage ceiling fan Alexis series which has stopped working. SO I took it down and canu help me woth all the wires inside the switch housing of the fan
installed fan and it kept blowing the circuit, so I checked the wiring and on the motor where the switch is that changes the rotation of the fan when I changed the rotation I pushed it in a little and went downward and know its working. Is that like safety switch or is it faulty.
This site has diagrams and a couple of videos...
This one has a couple more great diagramsalso..
Wiring 3 and 4 way switches can be very confusing. Print the diagram that suits your needs and then number the connections on the paper. Then start numbering the corresponding connections as you run the wires and hook them to the switches. This will help you to keep everything straight.
Above all do not get in a hurry and make sure you identify all wires at the switches. There is nothing worse than having problems and then not know what wire is going where.
motor burned out. Where can I find replacement motor burned out. Where can I find replacement without buying whole fan? Heritage Lancaster series 52-inch 3-speed
The part that is attached to the pull chain inside the fan casing broke The fan pull string works and lights work but cannot turn off the light with the pull chain because it broke.
- model m52ul
- harbor breeze
- pull chain...
- glass shade
- ground green...
- wires blue...
- ground wire
- blade mount
- trial balance
- pull chain
- simplify 3
- wire pull chain...
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|Full Product Name||Heritage (5BFW52NK4KG) 52'' Ceiling Fan|
|Number Of Blades||5 Blades|
|Blades Diameter||52 in.|