Question about Hampton Bay 52 In. Brushed Nickel Romano with Integrated Pan Style Light Kit Fan

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Need 2 of them to complete set.

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IF YOU STILL NEED A HAMPTON BAY ROMANO FAN I DO HAVE ONE LEFT OVER FROM A CONSTRUCTION JOB. IT'S BRAND NEW AND HAS NEVER BEEN OPENED. EVERYTHING IS COMPLETE AND IN THE BOX. IT'S 52" WITH A LIGHT AND REMOTE CONTROL. LET ME KNOW IF YOU ARE INTERESTED BECAUSE I AM GETTING READY TO PLACE AN AD IN THE NEWSPAPER TO SELL IT. WE DON'T HAVE ANY USE FOR IT, SO I AM SELLING IT. PLEASE FEEL FREE TO EMAIL ME AT: IWantThatTwo@gmail.com

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