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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you are not very handy I don't think I'd tackle this project. There's going to be drywall cutting, backing to install, attic crawling, wiring, ducting to attach, proper insulating. As an electrician I've done this sort of thing in between 1 and 2 hours, depending on how smooth things go. If you find somebody you trust that's done it before who is willing do to it on the side for cash you're looking at $25-$60 for labor. Is it worth it to you?
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
Try taking the lighting kit completely off it make sure the blue wire and white wire are both firmly connected.
Does the remote work on the fan part ok? Do you have the black, white, and green wire on the house side connected to the side of the receiver with the same wires?
You know the black and blue are hot for the fan and lights (blue for lights). If the wiring connections are ok it had to be either in the remote or receiver. Are the dip switches set for the same on each?
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
I need to get the cover off of a BROAN fan and light kit. The two solutions listed did not provide me with sufficient information. Thanks!
Posted on Jul 02, 2009
The glass dome is tightened firmly in the factory, so removal is difficult. When removal is attempted to, the metal housing to which the dome is attached will spin with it, making removal impossible. To see what I'm talking about, look in the small space between the dome and the bottom of the blade housing - it looks like a metal flange, but this is only the bottom of the reflective metal canister that holds the light. Note that there are 4 "dimples" around the circumference of this housing, facing inward. These dimples are what hold the glass dome in place. The trick is to use a rigid piece of wood or metal about the size of a 12" ruler and place the corner of that ruler in one of those dimples - FIRMLY. Then, a second person can get some leverage on the glass dome and "unscrew" it from the housing (counter-clockwise). The purpose of holding the ruler-sized material against the dimple is to keep the housing from spinning with the dome. This is easier said than done, but it will work.
Posted on Jan 23, 2011
SOURCE: My Hunter fan with light
this sounds like the remote in the fan went out the diod will burn out and cause this issue if you go in the fan by the breaker box and see the board you will see a burnt out diod you just need to replace the remote at lowes there about 45dollars good luck
Posted on Aug 04, 2011
Testimonial: "Thanks for taking the time to help me. I did not know where to go to find the part. I'll check Lowe's, as you suggest."
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