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One of the 13v light socket adapters is defective on my light kit ceiling fan. i have been shopping all day at different stores trying to find this part. can you please help me

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Bill, Hunter makes many different light kits that will fit just about all of their fans. You can find them at home centers like Lowe's and Home Depot. Also, I believe that Harbor Breeze Light Kits are interchangeable with the Hunter Light kits. You'll find those there, too.

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If you're trying to replace a light fixture with a ceiling fan. The most important thing is to make sure that the electrical box in the ceiling can support the weight and momentum of a ceiling fan. If it's an old house, as you say, I suspect it's not. However, there are support kit, that you can but from most home centers, that will install without having to make a "huge hole" in your ceiling. If you have an attic above this room, accessing and beefing up the support of the electrical box would not be difficult. If you don't have that luxury, then the support kit is your best solution, as you don't need to have access to an attic above.

As far as the Model # 22200 is concerned ... Since you didn't mention what it was, I don't have a clue.

In any event, I hope this helps you in installing the ceiling fan. Please let me know and if you would please rate my response to you. Thank you!

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My Hunter ceiling fan model 21332 lights are blinking but I did not find the watt governor on the light assembly. How can I fixed the blinking light problem


If the lights are blinking when the the fan is on, the blinking is probably caused by vibration of the fan running. Which may indicate a loose wiring connection within the light kit housing. Or the light kit is not wired properly to the fan. In any event, the only way to check this is start taking the light kit apart were it attaches to the fan and search for loose connections (wire nuts). If none are found, continue to the electrical connections where the fan is mounted to the ceiling. If the light kit is controlled by a dimmer switch on the wall, the dimmer switch may also be the culprit. Be sure to turn the circuit breaker off to the line that feeds the fan before attempting any repairs.

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Lowe's or Home Depot come to mind. If you are the DIY type, find a thrift store. Spare parts abound....and they're cheeeeeep!
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