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Hvp 30 have a part from our free standing fan. Has 2 wires coming from each side. Letters stamped areC61 10uF+and- 5%. 250V.AC 50/60 Hz. max temp 70 degrees C, Tin a S trademark stamp. Backward R U. With E185116 below.

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SOURCE: the ceiling fan spin was slow. The c61 e185116

Hampton Bay is an exclusive brand to Home Depot. They have replacement parts for these fans. They are usually in the lighing / ceiling fan section. The end cap that has fan parts and lighting accessories.

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