Question about Westinghouse 78092 Verandah Breeze Ceiling Fan
Hi,i think the problem is from the motor of your ceiling fan,the motor is not producing enough torque(force that drives the blade) of your ceiling fan,the higher the torque,the lower the blown air travels down enough for the coolness to be felt.
However the motor needs to be replaced,this is the lasting solution to your problem.
Alternatively,as a temporary solution you might replace the pipe rod that hangs the fan from the ceiling,with a longer pipe rod,which can be purchased from any electrical parts shop in your area.
Thanks and take care
Posted on Apr 30, 2010
Most ceiling fans have a direction switch on the motor that enables the consumer to reverse the direction of rotation on the fan. In one direction, the fan will pull air up from the floor. Reversed, it blows air down. You may want to verify the set up on your fan motor to see if the direction switch is in the correct position.
Posted on Apr 29, 2010
Most ceiling fans are equipped with a switch that reverses the direction of the blades. In the winter time, the recommended direction is to have the flow of air go upward where it captures the heat collected at the ceiling and moves it downward along the walls to minimize the breezy cooling affect. In the summertime, the recommended direction is to have the flow of air go downward to create a breezy cooling affect.
Ensure the air is blowing down. If it still does not seem to be blowing hard enough, it could be that you need a larger fan or a longer downrod depending on the size of your room and heighth of your ceiling. Click HERE for a website that has an array of information on ceiling fans to include sizing ceiling fans and downrods for your room.
I hope you find this information to be very helpful to you moving forward. :-)
Posted on Apr 29, 2010
The amount of air a fan can blow is determined by how much air it has to pull. The closer the fan is to the ceiling the less air is available. You may need to get an extension to put between the ceiling and the fan. It's a hollow rod. You can get them a places like Lowes.
Another possible problem with outdoor fans is that the high humidity can cause the blades to warp and not have the proper shape and angle to move the air. Metal blades would be the best for outdoors.
Make sure the fan is turning the correct direction to blow down.
Posted on Apr 28, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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