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Ceiling fan wobbles How do i balance it ??

Ceiling fan wobbles How do i balance it ??

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You go to the hardware store and buy a ceiling fan balancing kit

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I am trying to locate the peice that attaches to the ceiling that holds the fan for an encon model CD52, serial #9605. Where would I find this?

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Ballancing a ceiling fan is a trial and error situation. you can use the clip and place it on each blade untill you get the quietest opperation. Then you use the stick on weights and remove the clip. First make sure that the fan is solidly mounted . If the fan is loose , all your adjustment will be useless. You may have to go thru the process of applying the clip and wieghts a couple times to get the fan correctly ballanced

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swaying fans are a symptom of out of balance. The blades have to be all at the same height to the ceiling or from the floor . It it was ok before but just started this when the noise started then it may be failing bearing in the fan.
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The fan wobbles cause you bought a crappy Harbor Breeze or Hampton Bay fan. The fan blades need to be balanced with a fan balance kit that comes in the box. You probably threw it out cause you didn't know what the package of weights was for. Get you a Hunter ceiling fan and you won't have an issue with fan wobble, because their fans have better quality control before leaving the factory. If you installed the fan without adequate bracket support- you best get a pro to help you out cause there is no fan wobble help for stupidity.

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Ballancing a ceiling fan is a trial and error situation. you can use the clip and place it on each blade untill you get the quietest opperation. Then you use the stick on weights and remove the clip. First make sure that the fan is solidly mounted . If the fan is loose , all your adjustment will be useless. You may have to go thru the process of applying the clip and wieghts a couple times to get the fan correctly ballanced

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put a piece of masking tape on each blade and number them.while you're up there check that mounting screws are tight.switch position of blades,i.e. move #1to #3,see if it's better or worse;switch #2 & #4 or#4 &#6 etc. until you find the combination giving you the best 'balance'

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you still have a blade that is out of balance. mesure each blade from the bottom side end to the celing in one spot. Do this for each blade when you find the one that is closest to the celing then you have to place the wheight on the edge of that blade then spin it to make the right adjustment then seta stick on weight where the temp. weight is at

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The fan came with one or more clips and some small weights that easily stick to the blade. Now with the clip you put it in one of the blades, starting from the far end and coming inwards, little by little. Try putting the clip in the middle of the fan and turn on the fan and see if it continues wobbling, if it continues wobbling try moving it to left and right and every time turn on the fan and see what happens. When you find the correct spot, there you glue the small weight.

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