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I wish to reverse the direction of a fan

The fan is now travelling in an anticlockwise direction and sucking air up to the roof. I wish to blow the air down from the roof?

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Look for a FWD/REV slide switch on the fan motor housing - shift it to the Forward position.

Posted on Jun 03, 2010

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Which way does a ceiling fan need to run in winter


Usually most peopledont want drafts on them in winter so making the fan turn with the edge thats turned down then that is the leading edge

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This makes the air move upward.
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In small rooms with larger fan the air may make such a quick change that it feels like it blows on you in either direction.

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I know I should reverse the direction of the ceiling fan for summer/winter. Which way is which?


you want the fan to turn anti clock ways in winter as this sucks the cold air upwards pushing the hot air from the roof downwards. and clock wise in summer blowing cool air downwards to cool you

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Ceiling fan won't blow any air


if its turning its either sucking or blowing air. There is a switch or a pull cord to reverse it. prove it to yourself with something light like a feather or piece of paper or balloon.

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I have found the right solution to the fan not working in the right direction. the problem is that is a pcs of trash, i ripped mine off the ceiling and tossed it out the window and guess what it, it flew...


Did you hit the reverse direction switch located on the upper fan body. Upward direction is for winter as it blows up toward the ceiling pushing rising heat out towards walls and down to floor. Downward direction sucks heat off ceiling (summer months) and pushes cooler air that is on the ground toward the ceiling, thus giving a cooler airflow. You do know that there is a little black switch up there, right?

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