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Ceiling fan e206035

Fire shot from the motor and the fan no longer works

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: ceiling fan motor locked up

replace ceiling fan motors will lock up its called normal wear
recommendation for a good strong long lasting ceiling fan
hampton bay
or hunter
my father put up fans some 16 years ago and still running strong

Posted on Jun 08, 2008

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SOURCE: new ceiling fan . Motor has humming noise.

Return it while it is still under warranty.

Posted on May 16, 2009

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SOURCE: I have a Hampton Bay ceil fan model # AC-552

Hampton Bay is an exclusive brand of Home Depot. They would be the ones to help you with that. BUT .. from my experience I would say that the cost and trouble of getting and replacing the motor in that fan would be easilly rivalled by the cost and ease of buying and installing a new fan all together.

Please Vote !!

Posted on Jun 02, 2010

chrisrrutter
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SOURCE: ceiling fan /light works when it wants

is it the fan and the light or just the light ? if it is just the light you may have a loose wire in ceiling. Or the contacts in fixture are bent . you can fix that really easy by just using a screwdriver. ( with the switch off and breaker off ) images?q=tbn:and9gcthencd60d2weyui_ssrkqgzzyjc0dp7niavma9w2u-dqvwujkj wedge behind contact and bend it out . done .

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One of the fan blades is broken. Ceiling Fan E206035, Model No. TDI-52003. Want to be repaired


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My airtech elite ceiling fan no longer spins


The switch could be no good.
Motor could be shot or needs oiling as they do dry out sometimes.
Is there power to the fan if not could be a circuit breaker has tripped.
If your fan is hooked up to a light switch on the wall that switch might be turned off. Ive done that before.

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The fan doesnt work


and nothing is there a fan motor available.

Did you mean " and nowheres is their a fan motor available"???

THat leaves you with 4 options.
1. prehaps the switch to the fan is not giving the fan any electricity when you turn the switch 'on'
2. prehaps there is a bad wiring connection to the fan and the repair is as simple as fixing the supply wiring.
You need to make sure that the fan is getting electricity before saying ,I have a bad motor. You could have a bad on/off switch or wiring to the switch or to the fan.
if you do have electricity going into the fan motor.
1. disassemble , repair, and reassemble the fan motor. That assumes that you can get repair parts and already know how to fix cieling fan motors or can even find a ceiling fan repairman.
I think cieling fan repair is a decesed industry[the job died because of lack of customers] like tv repair and microwave repaair,dead professions.
Many things from china are made as one shots[if they done work on the first shot,they never will because there are no replacement parts available in the usa. You have to fly to china to buy parts.
2. buy a new cieling fan from amazon.com

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My Callaway II ceiling fan transmitter shows that air is being pushed down. However, the ceiling fan is actually pushing air upward. I've tried everything I can think of to get the transmitter and...


If I recall, this fan has no external switches that can be operated - all of the fan and light functions are controlled by the remote alone. If this is indeed the case, there is little that can be done outside of hoping the problem is with the remote itself. If that is the case, replacing the remote is likely to be cheaper and less labor intensive - that is if you can find one.

From what I have read, this fan is no longer in production nor available for purchase. You may have luck bringing the remote to Home Depot - the main (possibly the exclusive) distributor of the Hampton Bay brand to see if they have fans on display that make use of remotes for fan and light control. If so, try to see if all your remote functions work. If you find that the reverse function no longer works - you should ask the sales associate about how to go about ordering a replacement remote. If the remote fails to work at all, you can 1) try a "shot in the dark" about ordering a an exact replacement remote - with the hopes that the remote itself is defective - rather than the paddle fan, or 2) start new by buying a new paddle fan with hardware switches for fan speed, direction and light operation AND a remote control module to perform a whole replacement of your existing paddle fan.

The "add on" remote control gives you many of the benefits of the remote only fan - but also provides a "back up" way to operate the fan should the remote or module fail. Had this been the style you have currently, you could operate the fan by hand until the remote and / or ceiling module was replaced.

I hope this helps and good luck. Please rate my reply. Thank you.

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Ceiling fan motor stopped working. already replaced the switch. is it repairable?


Not really. If you're sure your getting power and the motor's not working then it's pretty much shot. If it were an antique or very valuable fan it's always possible to have a motor rewound, but this is very costly and rarely worth it. If it's a standard home depot fan, then no, sorry it's time for a new one.

Sep 19, 2010 | Aloha Housewares (93645) Ceiling Fan

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The ceiling fan motor hums


Hi there,

Over there years, dust can accumulate inside the motor, getting under the contacts that transfer electricity to the motor. The motor needs a minimum amount of energy to work. When the contacts can no longer transfer that amount it will sit there and hum.

Buy some 'canned air'. It's used to clean keyboards and computers. It works great to blow out dust from electronics and motors.

The age of the fan may also be a problem. But if you can spin it by hand, it's likely the dust is the problem.

Best regards,
Mike

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Fan osillation stop in tower fan model 05545


Check to see that there is power at the fan motor with a volt meter it should be 110-120volts AC. Your motor is probably shot, also you can check the switches to see they are getting power also.

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Ceiling fan/light problem


Sounds like you have a short in the wiring of the fan or internally in the fan, it needs to be addressed ASAP as it could result in a fire if not fixed...

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