Question about Hampton Bay AC418-OBB 60'' Brookedale Oil Brushed Bronze Ceiling Fan
My Hampton Bay Brookedale fan no longer spins afer lightning hit close to the house. I'd like to hardwire the fan to exclude the remote receiver. Anyone know how?
Your help would be greatly appreciated.
Your issue is most likely a faulty speed control, which presumably was destroyed by a power surge. The part is integral
to the remote receiver in the fan housing. You can purchase spare parts
for this fan through Home Depot (Hampton Bay) Service at 800-654-0688.
The fan unit itself is manufactured by AirCool 800-896-4908
Unfortunately the Brookdale fans with a Rhine 7058 series controller have a separate circuit wire for each speed. Rewiring this to use a conventional fan receiver that uses a single wire to control each speed is not easily achieved. Your best bet is to order a new remote receiver of the proper type.
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