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We bought and installed a ceiling fan Chrome in the living room. It is suspended from a 900mm extension rod and mounted between two 26 degree sloping roof beams. There is no wobbling or humming noise from this fan. We then bought another identical ceiling fan, but white. It is mounted horizontally between two ceiling beams in a bedroom. The mounting is very sound. This first one Wobbled greatly and had a noisy hum. It appeared non-concentric on rotation. We returned this fan for another Arctic fan, white. This replacement fan still wobbles and has some humming noise, but much less than the first, but is still unacceptable. By 'wobble' I DON'T mean from side to side that's minimal. I mean that the vertical spacing between the two sections of the fan motor casing varies on rotation. Can you advise please? Is this a bad batch white? Or is there something wrong that we have done this time in the bedroom version?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Motor Hum
check your grounds and all other connections. remote wiring has to be precise. somes times not for the do it your selfer. all the labor youve encountered somes the cheap can turn out to be very expensive.
Posted on Apr 26, 2009
The slope is measured off the horizontal plane. A 45 degree slope would rise 12 inches for every 12 inches of horizontal travel in this example. If the slope is too great try checking kits made by Fanimation. The Fanimation SCK52 - 52 Degree Ceiling Slope Ceiling Fan Kit will go up to a 52 degree angle ceiling and will fit most downrods. The hampton bay fans are very popular and should work just fine with this kit.
Posted on May 14, 2009
SOURCE: wobble when accelerating
U NEED TO HAVE THE CV JOINTS CHECKED FOR EXCESSIVE WEAR, ALSO ROTATE THE TIRES AND SEE IF THAT HELPS, A SEPERATED TIRE CORD CAN CAUSE THIS WALLOW.
Posted on Nov 10, 2009
SOURCE: Hampton Bay Ceiling fan wobbling
The fan came with one or more clips and some small weights that easily stick to the blade. Now with the clip you put it in one of the blades, starting from the far end and coming inwards, little by little. Try putting the clip in the middle of the fan and turn on the fan and see if it continues wobbling, if it continues wobbling try moving it to left and right and every time turn on the fan and see what happens. When you find the correct spot, there you glue the small weight.
Posted on Apr 01, 2010
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