My son was jumping on the bed and broke the glass shade. The owner's manual does not give a dimension for the glass shade. The Home Depot is no help. I have checked many websites but don't know exactly what I am looking for as far as size. Any suggestions. I really like the fan and have no problem but am tired of the way the fan looks.
You may want to check a local lighting store. They specialize in light fixtures and have numerous books to order from and a lot of expertise (usually, at least more than the high school kid at home depot). Hampton Bay is popular fan brand so I don't think they'll have much trouble.
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Hampton Bay is a Home Depot product. Many Home Depots carry these replacement shades in stock. If your Home Depot doesn't have this shade in stock they can order one for you. Regards, Joe
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good luck cutrite , Hampton Bays importer King of Fans in Fl prob wont even know what your talking about they don't speak English very good. If you speak Chinese you might have a chance but if the part is over a year old..'forget about it' as we would say... they don't stock old parts (over a year) and everything is manufactured in China. Try a local lighting store you'll save yourself a lot of aggravation. And don't patronize Hampton Bay it only encourages them to push garbage on us all.
Did your fan come with some little round things with three silver metal pieces on them? With some of these fans, you have to hold the glass shades in place, then place one of these round things (sorry, I don't know what they're called) over the bulb holder inside, and screw them down until they're tight against the shade. Or you may have the kind of light kit where there are three screws on the end of the arms where the glass shades go. Just unscrew these a little bit more so your glass can fit, then retighten each one. This is what holds the glass shades in place. Good luck!