Question about Hunter Ceiling Fan - 281
The arms that connect the blades to the motor rub against the housing in one spot. The moter that turns them does not seem level inside that housing.
The fan is not level.
You will have to relevel the fan. One "trick" we use until a fan can be releveled is to stick a wieght on the top side of the blade. You will have to find which blade will weight back to level. Usually the one on the oposite side of the one that rubs. Tape some quarters or fishing weights on the top side and keep adding until it quits.
Once you get a chance to relevel it get yourself a foot long level and loosen the connections and redo the mountings.
Posted on Feb 09, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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