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That is a question that you will have to check out for yourself. There are a few sizes of fittings for both makers. The best bet is to measure the mounting plates and see if they are the same. Or take the old one to the store and see if it fits.
There are a bout three screws that hold the light part to the fan.
Make note of the wiring before you disconnect it also.
Remove the screws and the wiring will be exposed as the light part drops down...
Check the diameter of the light parts and find a new light kit that will fit it...
The Hampton Bay fans are exclusive to Home Depot, so most any of their light kits will fit, but any kit the right diameter will work..
If there is a way you can hold with one hand the part that is turning, and turn the globe with the other hand, try that.
If you can't do that or it doesn't work, I would suggest spraying the threads on the globe with spray cooking oil (like Pam). Let it soak for a while, when turning counterclockwise shake it slightly -- it should come out.
Buy a drill and drill bit and make a hole in the bracket where needed. To make installation easier, use a larger that needed drill bit and add washer to screw, won't look as professional but you are not a professional anyway. Who goes around looking at ceiling fan mounts anyway???