Question about Hampton Bay Dryers
Nothing, removed blades
You take down the fan at the top of the rod that it hangs from. There is a cover that can be removed and then how the assembly hangs from the mount will be visible and the way to remove it will be obvious.
Posted on Nov 30, 2014
Sometimes the trim ring rotates 1/4 of a turn then comes down to expose screws. If you could send me a picture of it I can explain better
Posted on Nov 30, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The cause to the problem was replacing a HUNTER fan switch with a Hampton Bay switch. Before removing the old switch, I noted and marked the color and position of the 4 wires. I then duplicated the connections to the new switch.
But the wire positions of Hampton Bay vs Hunter are not identical, therefore 2 wires
The correct way is to note the color of the wires with the corresponding NUMBER
marked on the switches, then duplicate this on the new one.
Posted on Jul 24, 2008
greetings home electrition
it's most likely the switch has failed
but on rare ocation the switch comes un wired
also somtimes the switches stick they stick in the on or off position
try pulling the chain and listen for the usual click if it aint there then the switch is pooch if click is there start look at the wires failing that replace the switch
there cheep 2-5.00
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
I just had a similar problem with my ceiling fan, not sure if I have the same model as you (the fan was in the house when I bought it). I do have the exact same pull chain switch (K.T.E 2035080).
I went to a big home improvement store and the salesman gave me some 3-way switch and guaranteed it would work. The switch had only 3 wires, not 4 like the original. Can you guess what happened next? That's right, their part didn't work.
Being an engineer, I could not admit defeat. I consulted with other engineers I work with, and they pointed me to a "mom & pop" electronics store close to my house. I went to Centennial Electronics in Colorado Springs, CO. The sales staff didn't have experience with this problem, but at least helped me and offered suggestions.
I ended up buying a Philmore Pull Chain Switch for $2.51 after tax. This worked perfect! Just be sure to place the wires in the right slots. On my fan, the following positions and wire colors were: L - Orange, 1 - Yellow, 2 - Purple, and 3 - Blue (I just matched them up the same as the K.T.E. switch colors & positions).
Hope this helps!
P.s. The exact part I used was:
Philmore No. 30-9152 (UPC code: 0 38975 39152 6). The box says (everywhere you see a semi-colon is a line break): Philmore PULL CHAIN SWITCH; L-1-2-3, L-2-3, L-1-3, L-1-2, PUSH-IN TERMINAL; 6A-125V AC, 3A-250V AC; Made in Taiwan No. 30-9152; LKG Industries - Rockford, IL
Posted on Jul 09, 2010
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