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Removing fan from ceiling

Hi i'm trying to remove my old hampton fan that my wife broke and replace with new one. I'm having a really hard time removing it from the ceiling can you help???

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Re: removing fan from ceiling

If there is a bowl looking thing that is attached to the ceiling, that should be unscrewed (PLEASE NOTE WHEN DOING THIS TURN OFF THE POWER TO THE FAN VIA BREAKER!) It'll come down and you will see the wiring, un-do the wiring (it is color coded so you can put in a new one pretty easy). there will be a cup and a socket that is holding the fan in place, gently lift the fan up and out of the socket. there you go.

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