I bought a house with Hampton Bay ceiling fan installed in a vaulted ceiling. The fan runs in all three speeds forward (air moving down). I do not have a remote; judging from the problems with the remotes, I am glad for that. There are two wall switches – one controls the light and the other the fan – those work properly.There are pull chains for the light and the speed switch for the fans – those work properly. There is a sliding switch on the side of the fan – when the switch is moved to the left, the fan runs forward.When the switch is moved to the right, the fan stops running.Could this be a problem with this reversing switch on the fan or the capacitor on the motor?
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Most (if not all ceiling fans) are designed to hang from most ceilings - flat or angled. This is done through the use of a molded plastic ball secured to the downrod of the fan assembly, that will allow the fan to "self-level" in the hanger
A special "hoop like" hanger is secured to the fan rated electrical box that allows the fan to hang straight down - providing that your ceiling isn't at a real freakish angle - all by itself. The only other thing to watch for is the blades. This is especially true if the new fan has larger blades or a shorter downrod than the old fan. Make sure that the fan blades will clear the ceiling (and enything else for that matter) when running. Otherwise, you will need to use a longer downrod to allow the fan to hang a little lower. Make sure it is not too low to prevent it from striking people walking below it.
Review the installation manual and check out the support "hoop" for the electrical box and the downrod with the plastic ball on the end (may require assembly of the ball to the downrod). You can install the support hoop and hang the downrod to make sure you understand how it works without assembling the rest of the fan.
If you have any problems, you should contact Home Depot (Hampton Bay is a Home Depot house brand) for support.
Ok so here is the deal. No there does not seem to be a Hampton Bay specific mount. The mount that comes standard in most of the Hampton Bay fans can handle the angle of most standard (read: small) angles. I do not know if it will be the case with all Hunter products, but the adapter for the Hunter fan that I replaced, worked with my new Hampton Bay. So now, I have from the downrod up is from the original Hunter fan. Hope this helps.
Are you talking about a Hampton Bay ceiling fan product. Is there a label stick attached to the top main housing unit that indicates the model & UPC #. If it;s a Hampton Bay...
There is a a major ceiling fan manufacturer in Fort Lauderdale FL called King of Fans (website: kingoffans.com) that deals strictly with Hampton Bay ceiling fans & parts. They are the Home Depot distributor for Hampton Bay ceiling fans. Their number is 1-800-330-3267. There is also a 1-877-527-0313 number for Hampton Bay products other than ceiling fans...
The reverse switch is always located on the fan housing itself. You cannot reverse using the remote. Look for a black slide switch, probably located on the top surface of the fan housing so you cannot see it easily without a ladder.