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Housing baffle I have a WW CH5500 window mount fan whose side baffle has cracked (from age?).  It's not THAT old.  Do you know where I can get a replacement? Lee Kresge

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I'm trying to remove the housing by the ceiling on a Hampton Bay ceiling fan.

on most fans the housing at the ceiling is there to conceal the fan mount
it is normally held in place by a screw or clamp
undoing that screw or clamp will allow the housing to move down the pole to get to the mount
to remove that housing it will be necessary to remove the wires , the mount from the tube and then pull the housing up off the tube
can you explain why you want to remove the housing as it is only a decorative piece to finish the mounting of the fan

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I need to replace a bulb in ceiling fan.The dead bulb is a 30 Watt Slyvania #FC9T9/DSW/RS I need to know the size as no one carries it.

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How do I remove my old Broan ceiling fan/heater/light from my first floor bathroon?

Hello, W/D here.
Easy to do. In looking at your model, I found an upgrade kit for your model that doesn't require removal of the fan case, so this might be something else to consider. Here's the link for the upgrade:

But, you asked how to remove the fan:
First, make sure that the breaker controlling the power to the fan is off. Turn the fan switch to off. Remove the outer cover; it pulls down on two spring clips. Squeeze the clips to remove them from the slots and lay aside. Unplug the fan. In the corner behind a sheet metal cover are the wiring connections. Unwire the fan. Locate the screws holding the fan to the ceiling. There are a variety of ways to mount the fan, so the screws may be on the side, holding it to a joist, or they may be in the upper part of the casing, mounting the fan to a cross brace. Lower the fan down, threading the wiring out of the cavity. It may pass through a wire clamp, so this may have to be loosened first. As the fan comes out of the hole, disconnect the duct attached to the housing.
Best regards, --W/D--
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I have a Nu Tone LS80SE bath fan that died. It is an obsolete fan with no more support. Is there a current fan replacement that doesn't require major modifications to my duct already in place? I just...

I had the LS-80SE and it appears that that model is discontinued, including the replacement motor. I ended up replacing it with the QTN110E, which is a bit bigger. The QTN is designed to mount to a joist on the opposite side of the LS model, I avoided having to do that by just screwing through the metal body into the joist that the LS was mounted to instead of using the mounting holes that are provided on the QTN. You will end up having to remove a small amount of drywall approx 1"x 11.5" to fit the QTN in. Put a backing strip or piece of plywood up and behind the drywall so that you have something to screw the filler piece of drywall in to when you do your repair, mud the cracks, sand, texture if need be... hope that helps

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I want to install a ceiling fan. My ceiling is 80 year old lathe and plaster design. Will the vibration from fan movement cause my ceiling to crack?

mcdevito75 here, Hopefully your ceiling fan will go where there has been an already light fixture, if so, that light fixture shoud be mounted to the ceiling beam, and your new fan will be mounted the same way. If by chance your new ceiling fan is being mounted where nothing was ever mounted you"ll have to make sure the ceiling fan will mount to a beam, they are every 16 inches apart. This way you:"ll know that vibration from the fan won"t hurt anything.

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I need to replace my old bath fan, I removed the grill and have no idea how to remove the fan assebly. Th efan is about 25 years old

There should be one or two screws somewhere in the box. This will allow the fan housing assembly to be removed from the base box. When the screw(s) are removed the fan housing may have to be pried down a bit. There are usually two tabs on the opposite side of the screws which allows a hinging type motion to swing the unit out. The main housing will have a woodscrew attaching it to a nearby cieling joist . You will have to remove the output host from the box also. Then you can replace whole unit with better unit,

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My ceiling fan recently began to shake and squeak. I tightened the 2 visible 'hand'' screws and it seems to have resolved the problem but I noticed the blades hang at different lengths from the ceiling 11...

This is might not really be a problem ,but i would check if there is some 'give' on the mounting and that if you move the same blade 180 degrees you have the same measurement.If so then the other blades need to be adjusted to this same measurement which can be acheived by using shims or washers .What is important though is also to make sure the fan is in balance and not rocking from side to side as this can lead to wear problems and essentially shorten the fan life.

Hope I have resolved you question, but please leave positive feedback if so , as it still takes time to answer questions and it would just be nice to know if I have helped.

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It slides in above right above the ball, in the mounting bracket where the canopy is. You may have to kind of encourage it to go in there, and you will need to push wiring off to the sides and out of the way to help it have clearance to get in there.

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The fan is not level.
You will have to relevel the fan. One "trick" we use until a fan can be releveled is to stick a wieght on the top side of the blade. You will have to find which blade will weight back to level. Usually the one on the oposite side of the one that rubs. Tape some quarters or fishing weights on the top side and keep adding until it quits.
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Don't worry, you can purchase just the fan from amazon (not entire motor). here: NuTone 0696B000 Motor Assembly for QT100 and QT110 Series Fans. I hope this was helpful. cheers

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