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I need a replacement upper gear housing. It's mounted inside on the ceiling next to the light.

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I'm trying to remove the housing by the ceiling on a Hampton Bay ceiling fan.

on most fans the housing at the ceiling is there to conceal the fan mount
it is normally held in place by a screw or clamp
undoing that screw or clamp will allow the housing to move down the pole to get to the mount
to remove that housing it will be necessary to remove the wires , the mount from the tube and then pull the housing up off the tube
can you explain why you want to remove the housing as it is only a decorative piece to finish the mounting of the fan

Jun 15, 2016 | Hampton Bay Dryers

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How to remove fan mounted to the ceiling

First remove the light kit, if you have one, then remove the blades. Next remove the screws at top of motor housing, usually four, and slide the housing down over the motor. Next disconnect the wires and remove the motor & bracket. FYI Don't get another hugger fan! They are the worst type of fan to buy. Most are completely worthless!

Oct 23, 2015 | Dryers

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I need to remove my hunter louden flush mount ceiling fan. There are no screws.

Good choice getting rid of that fan. The housing probably twist off. Could also have a ring at top next to ceiling that covers the screws at top. Just twist & pull down.

Oct 01, 2014 | Hunter Dryers

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How to replace fan 3 speed switch in hampton bay ceiling light

Remove the switch housing from the fan with a Phillips screwdriver. Depending on the model, there are either two attaching screws on the base of the switch housing, or three screws around the upper rim of the housing. Once the screws have been removed, unscrew the brass finial surrounding the chain on the outside of the switch housing and pull the chain through to detach the housing from the fan.
Insert a thin flat headed screwdriver into the slot next to each wire; twist the screwdriver and pull the soldered ends of the wires out. If the wires are connected to the terminals with screws, undo the screw a few turns and pull the terminals out from under the screw heads. Undo the two screws holding the switch to the fan and remove it.
  • Take the old switch to the nearest electrical or home improvement outlet and buy an identical replacement part. If there are two similar switches and you're not sure which is the right one, describe the fan to a sales assistant and tell him how many operating speeds it's equipped with.
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  • May 27, 2012 | Hampton Bay 52 In.Carriage House II in...

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    In general, the steps are:

    1. Turn off power at the breaker -- not just the light switch.
    (There are still "hot" wires in the junction box when "Off".)

    2. Take out any light bulbs.

    3. Remove any light globes. Some screw in, but most are held by springs so just pull gently with a bit of force.

    4. Remove fan blades. Most have a spring at the inside edge of the blade -- press down on the spring and push the blade toward the fan motor.

    5. Remove the ceiling mount cover. There is usually a circular ring up next to the ceiling; just twist it off with your hands ("lefty - loosy, righty-tighty").

    6. Unscrew the ceiling mount screws. Usually there is one or two in a "simple" hole, and two one "sliding" slots. Take out the "simple" screws, and loosen (but don't remove) the "sliding" screws. Be careful not to drop screws or washers into the fan motor.

    7. Twist off the ceiling mount cover to expose the wiring.

    8. Disconnect all wires. For safety, put a wire nut on the wires from the ceiling.

    9. Tip the fan and remove it from the ceiling mount. Keep in mind that the fan is pretty heavy, and you're on a ladder!

    NOTE: Be careful not to put any pressure on any of the blade holders, especially if you intend to re-use the fan. If you do, the blades will wobble.

    10. If you're installing a new fan, you can probably re-use the mount. If you want to put up a simple light fixture, remove the mount by unscrewing the two long screws holding it to the junction box.

    Jul 17, 2010 | Hampton Bay AC414-LRU 52'' Kemper...

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    In changing out an incandescent light bulb in a ceiling mounted light fixture, the glass hanging pendant was loose, so I removed the fixture from the ceiling, leaving the wiring connected, and tightened...

    Many times with very old wiring the wire can break inside the coating and not be visible. To check for sure what has happened you will need an electric tester. You will need to check for 120 volts acros the two wires with the switch on. If there is no power, then check at the switch. If there is power there then the wire is broken.
    Replacement of the old wires in an old house is very difficult and you will probably want to hire a professional to do that.


    Feb 28, 2010 | Hampton Bay 24002 Ceiling Fan

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    Remote control will not turn on/off fan or light. Has good battery. Where is the transmitter located on the ceiling fan?

    The transmitter is the remote. The receiver is located inside the fan mounting bracket next to the ceiling. If you replace it make sure to set the dip settings on the new receiver exactly as they are on the old one. Wire the new receiver exactly as the old one is wired if it was working before.

    Nov 07, 2009 | Hunter 52" Ceiling Fan With Light And...

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    Did you purchase a new Ducted Ceiling Unit with the Upper Unit air conditioner? If you are replacing an older mach 3, the ducted ceiling packs are not compatible and you will need to purchase the ceiling pack as well. The ducted ceiling pack part number for the 8333 series Mach III AC is below.

    1. Heat/Cool Air Distribution Box - 8330B735
    2. Cool only ADB - 8330A733
    3. Wall Thermostat (if needed) - 7330G3351

    Hope this helps.

    Jul 01, 2009 | Coleman Heating & Cooling

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    Hampton Bay Ceiling Fan - Clarington 503837 52"

    It slides in above right above the ball, in the mounting bracket where the canopy is. You may have to kind of encourage it to go in there, and you will need to push wiring off to the sides and out of the way to help it have clearance to get in there.

    Mar 10, 2008 | Hampton Bay AC414-LRU 52'' Kemper...

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    Beaters Misaligned

    If this is one of the later-model Sunbeams, the housing has an upper half and a lower half. By removing the upper half, you can see the motor and the gear train. You will have to take out one of the beater gear posts and reinsert it to align properly. I suggest you look at both gear posts and check for worn or broken teeth. In which case, you will need to replace the bad part[s].

    Older model Sunbeams have a gearbox housing that mounts onto the front of the motor housing. When you remove the gearbox housing, you will see the gear posts inside. Check for worn or broken teeth and replace as necessary. To insure proper alignment when reattaching the gearbox housing, align the two gears relative to each other then push the gearbox housing back onto the motor housing. The motor spindle will slightly turn both gearposts simutaneously during this process but will keep the proper alignment. You may have to repeat this process a number of times until you get it right.

    Feb 02, 2008 | Sunbeam 2350 Heritage Series Mixer

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