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I have a 52" A.C. Ceiling Fan, M52 Series, Fan 82F4, 120V, 60 Hz 1.0A, File No# E143948, TR/HD: 0596, Serial No# 026351-027900, and have had the fan stored for awhile now and it seems I've misplaced/lost, the mounting bracket that fits inside the cover where the stem and ball are located and mounts to the bracket box inside the ceiling. Any ideas of where I can find one so that I don't have to purchase an entire new ceiling fan (again). I've tried 2 ACE Hardware stores, Home Depot and Lowes and no one carries them.
Absolutely change out to a bracket and box rated for a ceiling fan. Even if your fan does not exceed 15 lbs a non fan rated bracket and box is not made to endure the vibrations and other motions created by a ceiling fan
1. yes, with the proper rod, longer wires(3,4) and the blades must be over 2.5 metres (8 foot) above the floor.2. you need the proper type box; the mount/s and ball; the longer wires (3,4)with slender but connertors; and especially the safety pins, etc. with the proper rod, the fan will hang straight. and about 3 chock hours to do this here task. hope this helps.
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.