Question about Hunter "Lexus" Traditional 52" Ceiling Fan "Black" w/ three Blade Choices
I want to remove the ceiling fan in order to paint the ceiling. A vanity ring, which is covering the mounting screws does not want to come off.
I can't imagine going after it with a screw driver.
What is the secret?
The fan came with the house and I cannot swear to the model being a traditional. The construction at the ceiling appears to have a similar ring.
The vanity ring usuallu comes off one of two ways.
It may be held on with 1 or 2 small screws.When you loosen the screws you can turn the ring a little bit and it comes off. Sometimes you have to remove the screws and the ring will come off.
The 2nd method requires turning the ring counterclockwise and it comes off. If this is the way yours comes off, you can usually see 2 dimples on the top of the ring that fit into matching slots.
Posted on Oct 14, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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