Question about Hampton Bay 24750 Huntington III Ceiling Fan
I have Hampton Bay 52 In. Waterton II fan and the only problem I have is even at high speeds it moves very slow (low RPM). What can be the reason for that. In another room I have Hampton Bay Garrison and its also 52" but its speed is very good. I never have to go above medium speed on that fan. So what can be the difference between these fans. The home depot website has no technical specification and when you go to there store their sales people do not know anything (i think that's why they stopped using that line anymore "you can do it and we can help" as they are not helpful at all). I fanybody has the same issue and have any solution please share.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
1. Set the remote to run the fan on high.
2. Pull the fan speed chain until the fan reaches high speed.
3. All speeds should work normally now.
The remote is modulating the maximum speed as set by the pull chain.
Posted on Apr 08, 2008
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.
Posted on Apr 15, 2008
SOURCE: High speed only 60rpm
I too just installed a 68" Altura and noticed a huge difference in fan speed. I spoke to a rep for the manufactorer and found out that the high, medium, and low rpms are 70, 45, and 25. The typical 52" fan has rpm speeds of 190, 130, and 75. The kicker is airflow. The 68" moves 7,808, 4,417, and 2,953 cfms on high, medium, and low; the 52" fans move 5,503, 4,087, and 2,509 cfms.
Posted on Jul 07, 2008
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