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Last night, the chain that controls the speed of our Hampton Bay ceiling fan broke off. It broke off inside the 'body' of the fan. We cannot turn off the fan because the chain is the only mechanism controlling the fan. I cannot open the 'body' without turning off the fan. I cannot re-attach the chain without going to the source, which is in the 'body' of the fan. Help!!!
PS --- In this case, the 'body' is the hub of where all the fan leafs spread out from.
You have to kill all power to the fan and start taking it apart till you get to the switch. There's usually just a bottom plate to remove. Sometimes lights. Replace switch and reassemble. If some chain is still connected to the switch you can add chain to it and won't have to replace switch.
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