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Ceiling Fan Three speed ceiling fan operated by a battery powered remote will no longer operate at high speed. Also the the fan adjustment that regulates the direction the blades turn seems all of a sudden to be backwards.

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  • abcwxyz Sep 03, 2007

    The model fan I originally selected to report my problem was not the fan I am having a problem with. My model was not among the list provided. So my question is does the solution sent to me apply to all ceiling fans or just the model I incorrectly listed? The model fan I have is a Hampton Bay,54" 5 bladed fan called the "Callaway II." It has a model number of 526 062.

    Will the same sloution for fixing it still apply? I have not tried yet.

  • abcwxyz Sep 08, 2007

    The fan I described in my initial note is not the fan I have. I could not find my fan in your list so I just picked one to see what kind of a response I would get. I'm not going to start working on a fan with advice about a different fan.

    My fan is a Hampton Bay 54", 5 blade "Callaway II" Model 526062. If someone has some advice on how I can get this operating at full speed I would appreaciate it.

  • abcwxyz Sep 08, 2007

    Do you have a loal repair shop based in Novato that does fan work?

  • rob1966 Dec 31, 2007

    the remote won't regulate the speed,light turns on and off no problem,the fan goes in reverse no problem,The fan will stay on high no matter which way it's running.Also I have 2 fans and switched the receiver from the one thats running properly.It ran fine,My question is the remote runs the light and the reverse no problem,just won"t turn the fan off or regulate the speed.

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The start switch is bad.if you open up the fan you may see a little black looking box thats the switch.if not the switch is on the motor itself.an electric supply warehouse may have the part.

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