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HOW TO CHANGE DIRECTIONS OF BLADES ON HAMPTON BAY MODEL #70226

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There is a switch on the side of the fan motor housing. Slide it the opposite way to reverse it. Make sure you wait until the fan comes to a complete stop to do so. Never reverse it while it is running, you could overload the motor and ruin it.

I believe they don't put the reversing switch on any remotes for that very reason.

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