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Is there a booster to make my hampton bay altura fan run faster

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Check at homedepot.com website

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I too just installed a 68" Altura and noticed a huge difference in fan speed. I spoke to a rep for the manufactorer and found out that the high, medium, and low rpms are 70, 45, and 25. The typical 52" fan has rpm speeds of 190, 130, and 75. The kicker is airflow. The 68" moves 7,808, 4,417, and 2,953 cfms on high, medium, and low; the 52" fans move 5,503, 4,087, and 2,509 cfms.

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Call the hamption bay company to send you a new instruction.

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SOURCE: Hampton Bay fan bearing noise

its not the bearings sounds like you need to level the mount and that scraping it the fan blade mounting plate hitting the side of the 'case' that surrounds the motor assembly ive never heard of bearings in the motor going or needing lubrication other than what factory placed in them...remember Hampton Bay is the Yugo of electric appliances too

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Your issue is most likely a faulty speed control. The part is integral to the remote receiver in the fan housing. You can purchase spare parts for this fan through Home Depot (Hampton Bay) Service at 800-654-0688.

The receiver is located in the upper portion of the housing for the fan motor. Look for a semi-circular black control box (usually manufactured by Rhine)

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SOURCE: Fan won't reverse though it has before

It could be 1 of 3 things. 1) Receiver unit, 2) Sender (Remote), 3) Motor. For my brand new ceiling fan it turned out it was the motor.

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Need Wiring Diagram of Hampton Bay fan model 68168


Race, Link below is your manual with the wiring hook up.
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HAMPTON BAY ALTURA Use And Care Manual

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We bought a Hampton Bay fan model ALTURA 56 inchs. Since a year we have a noise came from the motor. Wath is the best way to fix this situation.Thank you!! Guy


If you are using a dimmer switch get rid of it and get a FAN control. Also, you can check the capacitor to see if it's going bad. Hampton Bay is just a low-end store brand for Home depot. You get what you pay for.

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On its own went from low to high speed and can't slow it down


Windings in the motor shorted out or the switch shorted out.

Sep 11, 2012 | Hampton Bay Ceiling Fan. Altura 68 in....

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Fan won't reverse though it has before


It could be 1 of 3 things. 1) Receiver unit, 2) Sender (Remote), 3) Motor. For my brand new ceiling fan it turned out it was the motor.

Jun 13, 2010 | Hampton Bay 24002 Ceiling Fan

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Hampton bay fan model 761 567 running faster on


Your issue is most likely a faulty speed control. The part is integral to the remote receiver in the fan housing. You can purchase spare parts for this fan through Home Depot (Hampton Bay) Service at 800-654-0688.

The receiver is located in the upper portion of the housing for the fan motor. Look for a semi-circular black control box (usually manufactured by Rhine)

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Altura 68" fans will not operate on high speed.


I jtoo, ust bought The Altura (68" fan from home depot)
Home depot makes hampton bay through various chinese manufacturers.................
The fan ran slow on high speed, and barely ran on medium or low.
home depot gave me a number for their tech department that knew right away.....that the capacitor(s) are defective in many of the Altura fans.
They are sending the capacitors in 3 days to me no charge.
They are located under the fan ( remember the white square plastic plug you had to connect and the 2 wires for the optional light kit?.....)That plug is for the capacitors that everyone is having a problem with.
My guess is they are under rated for a fan that big and are sending better ones to those with problems.
Hope this helps.
The number is:
1-800-330-3267

Aug 18, 2009 | Hampton Bay 24002 Ceiling Fan

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Hampton Bay w/ remote and will not reverse.


To eliminate this problem and any humming noise, remove any wall switch that turns off and on the fan, just remove the switch from the line and use the remote to operate the fan.

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High speed only 60rpm


I too just installed a 68" Altura and noticed a huge difference in fan speed. I spoke to a rep for the manufactorer and found out that the high, medium, and low rpms are 70, 45, and 25. The typical 52" fan has rpm speeds of 190, 130, and 75. The kicker is airflow. The 68" moves 7,808, 4,417, and 2,953 cfms on high, medium, and low; the 52" fans move 5,503, 4,087, and 2,509 cfms.

Jun 10, 2008 | Hampton Bay 24002 Ceiling Fan

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