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I had a fan that was out dated and the motor burnt out so I kept watching at yard sales and found one the blade was no good but the motor ok . I bought it for a dollar and tore both apart and made one good fan out of two. We still use it.
Your Hunter ceiling fan is equipped with a small switch that changes the spin of the blades from clockwise to counter-clockwise. Regardless of the make or model of your ceiling fan, this switch is typically located on the center motor housing where the fan blades are attached. good-day!
Go to this webpage and move your cuser over "Support"...in the drop down window go to "Manuals & Parts Guide.
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First off, is this a newly installed fan, or an older unit? These fans use oil for lubrication of the bearings, is the reservoir full of oil? Are the blade brackets which hold the blades to the motor loose? Check those screws and the oil level. Here is the owners manual to your fan
Can you describe the mounting bracket for this fan?
If it is a ball mount, then there is a groove in the ball that connects to a tab in the mounting bracket. if the tab is gone or the ball is not sitting down in the bracket so that it is secure , then that is the problem. You may be able to find a replacement brachet in a home depot type store .
your best bet would be to call a fan&lighting store you mite have to bring in one of the brackets the part thats still atached to the fan motor its importaint that the screw holes and length of that part match good luck from fla
Call Hunter (800)893-9330 for a new bracket. They should replace the damaged bracket for free or a nominal fee. They have a potential liability if the bracket is defective. If you broke it, that's another story.