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Can we hang a ceiling fan safely in this gazebo?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The slope is measured off the horizontal plane. A 45 degree slope would rise 12 inches for every 12 inches of horizontal travel in this example. If the slope is too great try checking kits made by Fanimation. The Fanimation SCK52 - 52 Degree Ceiling Slope Ceiling Fan Kit will go up to a 52 degree angle ceiling and will fit most downrods. The hampton bay fans are very popular and should work just fine with this kit.
Posted on May 14, 2009
I didn't have my instructions either, but I finally figured it out. I do the top first. I'm 5'2" and I put it up by myself and this works for me. The leg connections are 6&5 with 6 being on the bottom with little holes near the base stand and 5 being on top. Add the corner connectors and side connectors to tops of 5. Out from the corner connectors add your 7's. Out from the side connectors the 10's for the long side and 8's for the short side. For the top corners add 4 then 3(it is that funky looking rod). In the middle connector add the 11& 12(this will be for the long sides).You will connect corner and sides with 1 (make sure to put the sliding connector on the rod with the Y's at the ends. On the top, top add the last rod. I think you'll be able to figure out how the canopy drapes. I hope I've given the right directions for yours. I put mine up yesterday.
Posted on May 28, 2010
Hi .. no you should be able to just drop the canopy cover ,, and be able to see what is loose at the ceiling .. it may be the mounting plate where it connects tio the ceiling box.
Posted on Jun 26, 2010
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