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Changing the light bulbs that have burned out

Find that there is no way to get access to the housing to replace the bulb on my ceiling fan.

There are four snap type clips and I can get three of them in place. I cannot get the last one in place, and now the globe casing is being held up by only three sets of clips.

Am finding it is very difficult to replace the burned out light bulbs inside the globe.

HELP. Is there some easier way to do this?

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  • prolec Apr 19, 2009

    I believe I may have the same problem. It doesn't name a manufacturer on the ceiling fan but it does show "Listed Fan E106510" which when googled came up as Hampton Bay. I can't change the bulb because there doesn't seem to be anyway to open the cover or the mounting. I have tried everything I can think of in order to replace the bulb. I'd appreciate any assistance if anyone has a solution to this. Thanx.

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At the top of the pull chain there is a metal piece; this is threaded on a bolt. Unscrew the metal piece and lower the globe to expose the bulbs then remove and replace the bulb(s). I recommend flourescents as they are more economical, run cooler and last linger than incandescents (regular bulbs).

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Try taking the lighting kit completely off it make sure the blue wire and white wire are both firmly connected.

Does the remote work on the fan part ok? Do you have the black, white, and green wire on the house side connected to the side of the receiver with the same wires?

You know the black and blue are hot for the fan and lights (blue for lights). If the wiring connections are ok it had to be either in the remote or receiver. Are the dip switches set for the same on each?

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SOURCE: Cant remove Globe to change light bulb on Hampton Bay ceiling fan

twist counterclockwise (looking up at it) on glass firmly and carefully, the globe functions like a screw

Posted on Jun 10, 2009

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