Question about Heating & Cooling
It already looks like it's "screwed up". ( LOL) BEFORE BEGINNING READ ALL OF THIS FIRST< PLEASE> First turn off the breaker that supplies power to the fan. Take down the whole unit up to the ceiling mounts. It looks like the wood is broken that the screw bracket used to mount the fan is on. If it is you will need to reinforce the wood and rescrew the fan mounting bracket on it. THe ball carrier from the bracket should now be secure and ready to mount the swing ball of the fan at the top of the fan unit motor. Next rewire the fan to the wires in the ceiling with the wire nuts you removed. Tighten the ball screw and push the cover plate up to the ceiling, fastening it in place with the screws provided to the ceiling plate...Done!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try to check the remote control by using camera or cell camera, just use it as your eyes to see if the remote control emits signal. Just point your remote control to the camera and "on" then check if the remote control emits light, if no emitted lights means defective remote but if emit lights then the receiver is defective . Try also to locate if there are any reset or rst button on the remote control and press it then test.
Posted on Jan 10, 2009
Lowe's or Home Depot come to mind. If you are the DIY type, find a thrift store. Spare parts abound....and they're cheeeeeep!
Posted on Jul 14, 2009
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Most light domes twist on or off or have thumb screws to loosen and lower the dome.It sounds like you removed the light kit assembly instead of the dome.Try to put back by twisting in place the light kit assembly and look for screws,or hold back on trim and turn just glass dome do not use too much force .I checked web site but can't find your model.It is unusual to not be able to just remove glass dome.Look closely at how the glass dome is positioned. If no screws are visible either the glass part unscrews or the ring unscrews allowing glass dome to be removed.Good Luck.I have installed many ceiling fans the problem is if you didn't install it your at a disadvantage.GOOD LUCK.
Posted on Jan 04, 2011
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