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Need blade bracketfor fan #99065

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I suppose you mean a blade arm. Call Gail at 1-800-365-4548 and she will try to fix you up. Blade arms are sold in sets to keep the fan balanced. Have one of the old arms and a tape measure handy, because she will ask you questions about your arm. You can also go to www.ceilingfanparts.com and look at the blade arm section for the measurements.

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Don't know that model #. Is it a Home Depot fan? What make?

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SOURCE: Fan Parts Hunter Fan Type C Model 25436 No. 017626

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SOURCE: the bracket that holds a

try these phone numbers for the needed parts


Hampton Bay

1-877-527-0313

King O Fans

1-800-330-3267

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Although this is posted in completely the wrong category, I shall try to assist you.

Ceiling fans need to have balanced blades if they are not to wobble. At it's simplest this means that all blades should weigh the same, and they should all be exactly the same shape. But it's not quite as simple as that, as the brackets that each blade is secured to also have to be balanced.

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