Question about Hampton Bay 54 In. 5-Blade Fan, Chestnut, Autumn Mist
I have no experience with ceiling fans and for me removing the housing didn't get me anywhere. For our fan (Model 23758) there was a nearly invisible ring of material at the base of the fan where it meets the ceiling. This was in place for apparently aesthetic purposes as it hid the screws that secured it to the ceiling bracket. By rotating this ring and pulling down, we were able to to remove it.
Posted on Jul 18, 2009
You pretty much have to take it apart. First, remove the fan blades (it's easier but you don't have to) Remove the screws around the base of the fan housing. This will expose the wiring. Make a diagram if you intend to put it back. Now you need to unhook the wiring. Drop the fan motor unit down. (There is a way to hang the unit while you unhook if you see it.) Then undo the screws for the base and remove. That's it!
Posted on Jul 02, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
My fan just stopped working - no lights no fan :( and I just can't seem to find any type of switch - only the remote, which lights up just fine. Can anyone help???
Posted on Jun 08, 2008
i have 2sets of wires coming down from my ceiling and the prints did not come in my box for wireing them what do i do
Posted on Jun 17, 2008
I had the exact same problem. To solve it, I had a friend hold the area
of the fan that the globe screws into. I wore rubber dish gloves to get
a good grip and pushed up slightly on the globe as I turned
counter-clockwise. My friend held the other part and turned clockwise a
little as well. It took a lot of pressure for it to finally come loose
and then we just turned it about another 90 degrees and the globe slips
right out of the groove.
I couldn't believe how hard this was to do.
Posted on Feb 14, 2009
go to Home Depot, not only do they have replacements, but they can order for you what you need. Hampton Bay is the Home Depot brand.
Posted on Mar 31, 2009
hi there i can help. There is a "dip switch" on nearly all fan remote units, much like a garage door opener has. To keep all the fans in your home from operating at one time, each fan needs a seperate "code". To use your other remote, you need to locate the receiver unit in the fan, usually in the "canopy". This is the bowl looking piece against the ceiling. then note the "code" which is the position of the switches. For instance, most have a block with 4 switches, and if the first is "on", and the remaining are "off", that is it's set code. This "code" can be changed to any combination of "on , off" that you like. BUT, you must also open the remote control and set it's switch to the exact same "Code", or order of "on off" as your Fan receiver. (Usually the control "Dip switch" is in the battery compartment.
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
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