Question about Hunter 52" Ceiling Fan With Light And Remote Control
Vaulted ceiling and has light kit with variable speed an on off for light. No reverse switch on fan as in manual.
The reverse switch usually is in the lamp housing directly under the motor. With a vaulted ceiling installation, you would need to use a ladder to get access to the switch
Posted on Jan 04, 2013
Model 22450 does not have a reverse motor. The blades are spring loaded. You change the blade pitch by pushing in and twisting. This will change the air flow direction.
Posted on Mar 18, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
if the three speed switch is functioning the middle speed winding is bad. Either replace the fan or hook up a wall speed control and keep the fan on high.
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
This is likely caused by stray frequencies in the neighborhood. Change the frequency on your system and see if the lights go off less frequently.
See the manual for the remote system. You'll need to go into the top of the fan and change some little switches (dip switches) and set the same frequency on the transmitter (what most call "the remote").
Posted on Aug 21, 2009
Sounds like the fan is defective. All internal wiring from the switch to the motor is factory installed. The fan has power going to it. Just to make sure, double check the wiring from the ceiling fixture to the fan.
Problem could be a faulty switch on the fan or faulty motor(bad winding for med. speed). Try reverse switch on the fan to operate the opposite direction and see if medium speed works. If medium does work in opposite direction, it pretty much points to a defective fan. In any case, unless you discover that the ceiling wires were reversed going into the fan, I'd say new fan to the returns dept.
Posted on Jul 21, 2009
Unfortunately, you either have a faulty reciever or remote. A replacement will cost $30-$40 at homedepot. And it doesn't matter which is faulty because you can't purchase them seperately anyhow.
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
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.
Posted on Mar 26, 2010
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