Question about Hampton Bay Indoor Ceiling Fans: Ceiling Fan. Campbell 52 in. Matte
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Fan making a scraping noise
Hi have a look while fan is turned off and see if it is rubbing around sides. If a fan is unbalanced it will rub on one side. Get a ruler and measure from the roof that all blades are the same height gently bend so they are all the same distance from the roof. I dont think you can tighten the fan as it's on a spindle. If it was tight it would not spin Hope this info helps you. Best Regards Alex
Posted on Aug 07, 2009
Measure from the same spot on the ceiling to the outer most tip of each blade (by rotating to the tape). The distance should be the same, if not check fan blade screws for tightness. You might have to bend the fan blade brackets a little to get the same measurements, if the screws are all tight. If all this lokks good, you might to use a balancing kit...just follow the instructions...it's not too bad to do
Posted on Feb 19, 2010
I have a number of ceiling fans and its usally wise to just check that each blade as all the washes and fixing. As leaving just a washer out can alter the whight and balance.Some noise is to be exspected till they bed in so to speak unless they wobble really bad
Posted on Sep 29, 2010
SOURCE: The fan controller will not
Greetings, UC7067RC tells me you have a "flat pack" receiver mounted in the ceiling fan canopy up at the ceiling. They are know to fail. They actually are fairly complex internally and have an internal capacitor. Things that will shorten the lifespan are: If you have a switch in the room that supplies power to the fan make sure it is a simple on/off switch and not a dimmer switch. A dimmer switch will kill it even if the dimmer is all the way up. Another is "dirty" power where you live. Surges/Brown outs. Lastly moisture will kill them. You can find replacements at www.FanManLighting.com
Posted on May 22, 2015
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