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Hampton Bay Model EF 200-36 Ceiling Fan

Hi,
I'm trying to find a hanger bracket for this fan (I bought it used). I believe the part number is H-13 but cannot find it anywhere. Not only does the fan hang from it but it also has an outer ring onto which the cap (that covers the wires, etc) attaches to.
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  • Anonymous May 22, 2009

    Need H13 part. where to find it how to get it ?

  • fireroc302 Apr 10, 2010

    i am triying to find a remote add on for a hampton bay san marino 36" ceiling fan

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