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How to remove cover on my arlec ceiling fan to clean

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SOURCE: removing ceiling fan blades

Wait? Why would you want to remove the blade? Are they broken? Is the fan unbalanced? Try cleaning the blade. If the fan still wobbles, try tightening the screws. If the fan still wobbles, Unscrew the blade and unconnect the blade from blade iron. Buy the new blade iron. If the blade is broken, Also buy the new blade.

Posted on Jul 12, 2009

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SOURCE: how to clean blades and/or how to remove fan cover for cleaning

I am certainly not an expert on this field; yet i have done this my self and this is what i did:

MOst fans have clips.
check where the from and back pieces attach. there should be several clips there remove them and voila.

if not there possibly check the centre pice of fan this may have a screw that holds front and back pieces together as well.

Pllease note you will also have to remove the legs from the side of fan as well. if the pic is the same one you have
Hope this helps
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SOURCE: need to tighten the ceiling fan but cannot get the

does it have a light kit? if it does remove the likt kit and inside you will see a black and white wire be sure to turn wall switch off and tpe it to the off postion once the light kit is off you will see a shaft that runs from the center up to the cealing you will see a nut that is on the threded shaft remove that nut to get to the upper part of the motor. and reinstall after words. you can also go to hampton bay web site and you can see a parts blow up of your fan and you will see how it works. hope this helps. go to this web site and sign in and you can get the picture.
http://www.homedepot.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ContentView?pn=KH_BP_LF_Hampton_Bay_brand&langId=-1&storeId=10051&catalogId=10053&cm_sp=THD_Marketing-_-hampton_bay_brand_page-_-vanity09

Posted on Sep 29, 2009

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SOURCE: trying to remove cover that houses the ball and

Hi,
There should be a couple of small screws at the very top on the side of the canopy...you will need to loosen these a few turns and then turn the canopy and drop it down...

This link will help you they had the same problem as you...

http://www.askmehelpdesk.com/electrical-lighting/hampton-bay-ceiling-fan-removal-25673.html

heatman101

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