Question about Hampton Bay 52 In. Huntington III with Quick Install in Antique Brass Fan
Upon the first sentence, that sounded somewhat like a wiring fault, due to the intermittent clicking sounds. However, if you can duplicate the sound by shifting the blades, it could potentially be a motor fault. Try shutting off the breaker to that fan, and seeing if the sound continues when you move the blades. If it does not, then you're looking at a wiring problem, probably on the pivot joint at the base. If it does, you may just have a slightly creaky fan unit, at which point there's not much to suggest, as lubricating the pivot joint could cause the fan to spin at odd angles, or lose control if the fan becomes unbalanced. Also, try reversing the blade direction by toggling the switch on the motor unit, or just below. If the problem persists, please post again with the additional details.
Posted on Jun 04, 2007
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