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I have a ceiling fan that worked fine on a flat ceiling, but when hung on an angled ceiling it wobbles terribly. How can I get it to stop wobbling.

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    Loringh May 11, 2010

    You say the fan is mounted on an angled ceiling. Is the fan suspended on a pole that hangs from the ceiling? How long is the pole? Does the fan wobble at low speed as well as high speed?

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Go and buy a balancing kit at Lowes or Home depot

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Check all your screws especially the set screw at top of fan that goes into rod. Blades could be warped from the water. Ball of fan not set in bracket correctly. When your buying a fan, look for blade pitch.13 degree or better is best. You shouldn't have to use the fan on high unless it's a low-end fan with a low blade pitch. It's costing you more money to run the fan on high. Sorry to get so preachy, I'm a fan dealer .

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The fan wobbles cause you bought a crappy Harbor Breeze or Hampton Bay fan. The fan blades need to be balanced with a fan balance kit that comes in the box. You probably threw it out cause you didn't know what the package of weights was for. Get you a Hunter ceiling fan and you won't have an issue with fan wobble, because their fans have better quality control before leaving the factory. If you installed the fan without adequate bracket support- you best get a pro to help you out cause there is no fan wobble help for stupidity.

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Interesting situation.. not many people want to down-size a fan. Anyway, reducing the size of the fan blade shouldn't cause a problem - as long as the pitch or angle of the blade remains the same or is less than the original. Increasing the angle with a smaller blade could actually move MORE air than what the motor was designed to do - resulting in overloading and shortening the motor's life in the best case scenario. Worst case scenario - well, anything for electric devices in a worst case scenario usually involves fire, burns and even death (though not likely to happen).

Prior to starting, make sure all the blades are the same in every way including: length, width, angle and weight. A warped blade can cause wobble, too. Stand on a ladder and spin the fan by hand. Look for a blade that is tipped up or hangs lower than the others. Make adjustments as needed to correct (it may not be possible to correct a warped blade - so be forewarned). If any of the variables listed in the first sentence of this paragraph are different from those of the other blades, wobble and motor noise will result. Neither condition should be allowed to exist longer than absolutely necessary. You can minimize these effects by operating the fan at a slower speed. Generally, the blades should be pretty close in all of these variables - but a wobbly fan indicates an imbalance. Weights placed on fan blades can help correct wobble - but can be tricky to determine which blade is the cause.

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Ceiling fans need to have balanced blades if they are not to wobble. At it's simplest this means that all blades should weigh the same, and they should all be exactly the same shape. But it's not quite as simple as that, as the brackets that each blade is secured to also have to be balanced.

In practice, good quality fans will have the blades carefully balanced by the factory, and on better quality models the blades will be matched to individual mounting brackets in which case there will be markings to identify which bracket goes with which blade (and also to identify where each bracket mounts to the motor).

Cheap fans (almost anything under £130) will not be carefully balanced and so whether they wobble or not is a matter of pot-luck.

To try and cure your fault, first remove and accurately weigh each blade complete with the brackets attached. You can buy strips of self-adhesive balancing lead to add a gram at a time to the upper side of the tip of any blade which is under weight. Note that if any blades are damaged, you must repair the damage before weighing. If any blades are twisted along their length (normally they're simple flat paddles set at identical pitch angles by the way the brackets are shaped) then they must be counter-twisted to match the other blades. Also, check for manufacturer markings to see whether there are any suggestions as to which blade goes with which bracket and whether the brackets are marked to match a particular mounting point on the motor (usually simply by matching coloured paint blobs).

Once you have checked all that you can, see if the wobble remains. If it does you should try swapping the brackets around on the motor: by doing so you'll normally remove the wobble altogether or will considerably reduce it. You might not achieve perfect balance, but you may get to a point where the resonances which cause the wobble offset each other.

A well-balanced fan will not wobble appreciably at any speed, a less well-balanced example might still wobble at some speeds and not others.

I hope that I've helped and that you will take a moment to rate my answer. If there's any part of my reply which is unclear to you then add a comment and I shall try to assist you further when I'm next online.

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Measure from the same spot on the ceiling to the outer most tip of each blade (by rotating to the tape). The distance should be the same, if not check fan blade screws for tightness. You might have to bend the fan blade brackets a little to get the same measurements, if the screws are all tight. If all this lokks good, you might to use a balancing kit...just follow the instructions...it's not too bad to do

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