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My fan just quit working, it will not start and will not run. I suspect the capacitor which is a C61, 15uF+-5% (2 wire), 250 V AC, TV 438VAC, 50/60 Hz, -25C~70C. I find on the Internet lots of capacitors with lower rating for ceiling fans but none with these specs. Where can I go to get what I need or is this fan to be religated to the junk yard for lack of a repair part?

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602-843-3111

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I checked the hampton bay site and unfortunately whatever dip switch setting on the fan is, the remote needs to be matched to it. better get out the ladder!

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Hampton Bay Almeida 52" Ceiling Fan 52101916 ... Had fan installed remote fan would not go on ... nothing not even light ... changed batteries electrician that installed it said take it back to the store he would install another fan .. just bought fan last year HELP

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SOURCE: Hampton Bay 52 In. Clarington. How do I reverse the fan?

Try these two: 1) look for a small switch up near the light area on the dark-colored area of the fan. If a switch is there, then simply flip the switch to the other position; 2) if you have a remote control for the fan, the reverse mode may appear on the remote control. Hope this helps.

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SOURCE: problem with the C61 Capacitor

Either take it to a motor shop or you can get one from Grainger.com. Get the micro farad rating (uF) on the cap and the voltage rating.

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Can i test run the fan motor by bypassing the capacitor


Maybe: If you can manually rotate the motor to get it started.
The capacitor is on start winding, and causes sudden release of amps that starts the motor.
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One winding is the start winding, which can be considered 'low gear' on a transmission. The capacitor is on this winding and gives burst of enough power to begin rotation.
So when a motor just hums, and doesn't rotate, then the start winding and/or capacitor are suspect. Dry or worn bearings are suspect too.
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http://waterheatertimer.org/images/Motor-wiring-500.jpg

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Hunter Ceiling Fan with remote, fails to turn on light, fails to turn on fan..remote receiver is Cp9430r
1) Test your remote, Hunter uses Radio Frequency remote, point RF remote one inch from antenna of working AM radio, press each button on remote, each button will produce static sound from AM radio, if no sound..check battery wiring or solder connection on loop antenna of remote. If no sound on one or more buttons, disassemble and wash key pad with dish soap, rinse and fan dry, retest. If still one button no work apply graphite paint to button to rebuild conductivity of button.
2) Cp9430r receiver is below fan and above light. Remove light assembly, check receiver dip switches, mine was #5 On 1~4 Off, check remote control dip switches in 9v battery compartment also set #5 On 1~4 Off, new 9v battery still no Fan reversal "click" sound heard coming from the large Blue fan reversal relay located inside the Cp9430 receiver. All other buttons control transistors and will make no sound even if they are working.
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4) Shock Danger..carefully apply ac volts to pins #8,#4 use tape if needed, locate quad operational amplifier i call it radio receiver chip HA17324 on board, google HA17324 Datasheet, locate leg #14 it is across from leg #1. Locate small yellow ceramic capacitor very near leg #14, use capacitor's neg as neg for voltmeter, test volts at #1,#7,#8 and #14. My #1 was 3.1v, #7 3.2v, #8 3.25v and #14 .01v ...why #14 so low? I monitored each leg while pressing remote control buttons...no changes. **Desperate, I sparked (1/2 second or less) #14 with 3.14v from positive leg of yellow capacitor** and retested all legs, no change except now #14 rests at .02v and jumps to 2.5v~2.8v when any button on the remote is pressed then rests at .02v. Now Lights work, Fan speeds work, Reverse rotation Works :-)
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Hi, I have a Duracraft commercial model fan it sits on a metal stand about four ft high with a round base. The on/off switch is housed in a black box screwed to the fan base and then a wire runs up into...


A short circuit in the power wiring would probably cause the fuse or breaker controlling the circuit to open. Make sure the AC outlet you're plugged in to is actually working. If so, there's an open circuit somewhere if no power is reaching the motor.

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