Question about Hampton Bay 24002 Ceiling Fan
I detected that the inclination of the blades are almost plane, So, I think that if I put some washers in 1 of the screws, they will inclnate a lite bit more the blades and I will feel more air. People said that it will break the motor. What do you think? Do you have another solution?
Is it on reverse? Reverse it. Is it close to the ceiling? Replace it with other fan. Does it have no blade pitch? Replace the blade iron with a different one.
Posted on Jul 08, 2010
If you are concerned about the angle of the fan blades not positioned to move air, you can add washers to change that angle but you will need to do that to all the blades. The blades should be balanced to eliminate wobble. If I were you though, I would contact the manufacturer and state your problem and see if they offer replacement blade supports with a more aggressive angle. As for breaking the motor... highly unlikely. especially if you are installing an even distribution of washers to balance things..
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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