Question about Hunter Sontera 52" Ceiling Fan with 3-Light Fixture and Remote
Check the brush connection between brushes and axle I.E. shaft that hold unit to ceiling, my unit needs brushes, will call Co. on Monday.
Posted on Nov 25, 2011
There's a rubber circle that is the damper between the blades and the motor shaft that rotates. The circle has spokes connecting the outer ring, which the blades screw into, to the inner ring which attaches to the shaft and holds it. If the spokes break you get the symptoms you describe, motor hums but no rotation, but blades can turn manually if you hand turn them them. If this is the case you need to remove and replace the blade mounting ring/damper. (About 25 bucks online)
Posted on Dec 28, 2008
There is a run capacitor inside the motor thats probably bad but 99% of the time its just not worth fixing these things unless you really like the style and color. Good Luck
Posted on Apr 27, 2006
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