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Want to add an electrical lline for fan in ceiling without its own line . how to bring line

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Identify a power outlet nearest to where you want it
placed. Then, run the electrical line from the outlet to
the wall and ceiling and to the ceiling fan. You may
conceal it using plastic moulding fastened to the wall
and ceiling. Then, put an electrical plug at the end of
the wire for the power outlet. The other end must be
connected to the ceiling fan.

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Cant get the fan to go without the light being on


You have it wired wrong.
Power should leave single switch in a black hot wire and arrive at fan box on ceiling.
Your ceiling box will have at least 1 black Hot wire and 1 white Neutral
The fan will have 3 wires for connection purpose. Black, blue-or-red, and white.
Twist Black + blue-or-red together and connect to Black Hot wire from switch.
Connect fan white to white neutral.

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My ceiling fan has two pull chains The pull chain for the light broke too short. When it broke the light was off. Now I don't have a ceiling light for my kitchen. How can I replace the pull cord?


You will need to replace the pull cord switch. It is inexpensive. You will need to open up the fixture and reemove the old one. Usually it is held on with a nut. If you are not sure of what switch to buy, take out the old one and bring it to a hardware store. Make sure the power is off. Cut the two line to the old switch and splice in the new switch with wire nuts, also use some electrical tape to insulate the connection. Reinstall the nut and close up the fixture. Good luck.

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Installed a Casa Vieja Habitat Ceiling Fan today, the light works but the ceiling fan does not. Please help solve this problem! Thanks!


Check main line electrical wiring connection where it is connected and the switch electrical connection of the ceiling fun.

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I just need to know how to install this in an old house to replace a ceiling fixture and install a ceiling fan without having to make a huge hole in my ceiling. I can't find any instructions on the model...


If you're trying to replace a light fixture with a ceiling fan. The most important thing is to make sure that the electrical box in the ceiling can support the weight and momentum of a ceiling fan. If it's an old house, as you say, I suspect it's not. However, there are support kit, that you can but from most home centers, that will install without having to make a "huge hole" in your ceiling. If you have an attic above this room, accessing and beefing up the support of the electrical box would not be difficult. If you don't have that luxury, then the support kit is your best solution, as you don't need to have access to an attic above.

As far as the Model # 22200 is concerned ... Since you didn't mention what it was, I don't have a clue.

In any event, I hope this helps you in installing the ceiling fan. Please let me know and if you would please rate my response to you. Thank you!

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My ceiling fan, model, 5745, has a broken switch.


ANy electric store will have different switches (lowes and home depot do too) just make sure you bring the old one with you. The colors of the wires shouldn't make too much of a difference just the amount

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Hampton Bay Ceiling Fan, Model 68068. When installed, without connecting the final plug, the fan doesn't operate (like it has no power); but as soon as the last white connection is made, the fan comes on,...


Hello, W/D here. It sounds like you have bypassed your on/off switch.
The white wire is the common wire, which returns the power to ground, and completing the circuit. By connecting this wire, you have completed a circuit, indicating that power was constantly on to the fan.
Gain access to your wiring in the ceiling (trip the breaker first, please).
If you have tied your hot wires to a twisted bundle of black wires, you have tied to the hot thru line. Look for a single black wire. What normally happens with the ceiling wiring is that the circuit hot wire goes to your ceiling box. Another wire connects to this one. It passes on to the next device on the circuit. Yet another wire ties to the bundle. It is your switch hot wire. It goes to the switch, and returns to the ceiling box. The return wire from the switch is the one you're looking for.
Regards, --W/D--

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Ceiling fan some time not rotating


First note that there are often two switches: one on the wall of the room with the fan and one on the fan itself. If that doesn't solve the problem, there may be an electrical problem and the fan may need service (it could even need lubrication if it is stuck from a long period of non-use). Also note that electrical problems can cause fires, so it may be necessary to get the fan fixed by a competent service person. Hampton Bay is a pretty good brand but nothing lasts forever and most of us tend to use fans for months and months without servicing them.

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Parts for Westinghouse ceiling fan.


look on line or stores that sell fans have parts and accessories such as home depot-lowes-etc

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For Hampton Bay ceiling fan replacement parts!!!
There is a a major ceiling fan manufacturer in Fort Lauderdale FL called King of Fans (website: kingoffans.com) that deals strictly with Hampton Bay ceiling fans & parts. They are the Home Depot distributor for Hampton Bay ceiling fans. Their number is 1-800-330-3267. There is also a 1-877-527-0313 number for Hampton Bay products other than ceiling fans...

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Fixing Ceiling Fan


An easy-to-install ceiling fan can make a real difference in your home's climate - both cooling and heating - at a far lower cost and operating expense than almost any other item.
The installation begins with choosing where the fan should be located. In almost all homes, the fan is installed in the center of the room, replacing a central light fixture. This spot provides a smooth air flow to most of the room. Since a fan draws about the same power as a ceiling fixture, the electrical circuit shouldn't be overloaded. But if your fan includes lights, be sure the circuit it's on has enough extra capacity to handle the load. If not, you must run a new circuit with a new circuit breaker from the house main service panel or subpanel to the fan. If there is no central light fixture, you'll have to create a place to hang the ceiling fan. Then, you'll need to bring electrical power to it. You can tap into an existing circuit to do this.

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