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Make sure light switch is off.
start by unscrewing the fan blades. take out bulbs and bulb covers etc.
once all thats down the fan and light switch cover has three screws you can take out and unplug it to get it out of the way. look around the base for some more screws to take out and remove the big cover thats covering the motor. get it out of the way. now you will see the bracket thats holding the motor in place. remove them screws and bolts, but be careful and ready, the motor is heavy, and as it comes down, normally hamptom bay has a coat hanger type hook that will let you hook the hanging motor on the hook long enuff to disconnect the wires ONE AT AT TIME and then put the wire nut back on it just for safety. when they are all disconnected , you can un hang the motor , and then inspect the new fan bracket, it probably fits the same hanger. but if not, you need to take the bracket motor hangar down and get the wires out of it. if the light switch is off IT WONT SHOCK YOU. just dont touch the bare wires to your hands ANYWAY. if they touch each other thats ok. IF THE WALL SWITCH IS OFF. ok now its removed.

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How do you remove a canopy cover from a Hampton Bay fan?


Turn off the circuit breaker supplying power to the ceiling fan. The circuit breaker is in your home electrical box and may control more than just the ceiling fan. Place a stepladder under the Hampton Bay fan.


Remove the light bulbs and light covers from the fixture, if you have a light assembly on your ceiling fan. Remove the screws securing the light assembly housing to the fan with a Phillips screwdriver. Lower the light assembly, and hold it in one hand.


Twist counterclockwise the wire nuts securing the wires for the ceiling fan and light assembly, using your free hand to separate the wires. Lower the light assembly from the fan and set it in a safe place.


Turn the screws securing the fan blades to the unit with a Phillips screwdriver. Remove the blades from the fan and set them aside. Find the screws securing the canopy to the ceiling mounting plate. Loosen the screws two complete revolutions. Turn the canopy counterclockwise and unhook it from the screws. Slide the canopy over the fan motor housing and away from the fan.



Ask a helper to hold the fan motor housing if you have a Hampton Bay fan with a down rod. Slide the canopy over the down rod until it rests on top of the motor housing. Disconnect the fan wires from the ceiling wires, twisting the plastic wire caps counterclockwise. Slide the hangar ball, at the top of the down rod, out of the mounting bracket. Slide the canopy over the top of the down rod to remove it from the fan.


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<p>One of the most common <b>bathroom fans</b> is the <b>Broan brand ventilation fan</b>. These fans come in many configurations and variations. Because of the environment that these fans are in and the placement of these fans they will get very dirty over a period of time and will need to be cleaned from time to time. <b>Cleaning bathroom fans </b>can be fairly easy if you have a few tips about how to do it.<br /> <p> <br> <p>To clean the fan the inside of the fan must be accessed first. To get to the inside of the fan the cover must be removed. Most of the covers simply will pull downward and away from the ceiling. There are a couple of springs, one on each side the snap the cover up and hold it in place. On some models there can be a screw that holds the cover. It will be visible right in the center of the cover. If no screw is visible then you can assume that it is a spring type cover. If there is a light in the cover you can remove the plug and the light will come right with the cover.<br> <p> <br> <p>After pulling the cover down simply squeeze the springs together slightly and the cover will come completely out and you can take it to your sink to wash it. Then take a vacuum or a damp rag and clean the inside of the fan compartment. If you look closely you will see that the fan assembly has a plug that can be pulled and the fan assembly can be removed by either removing a couple of screws or by placing a screw driver between the fan assembly and the side of the box and snapping out the fan assembly.<br> <p> <br> <p>Once you have the fan assembly out you can then use compressed air, like you use on your computer keyboard, or a damp cloth to clean the fan assembly. The compressed air works the best on the blower wheel and in some cases a small screw driver may be needed to remove caked on dust inside the fins of the fan.<br> <p> <br> <p>With you vacuum, you can now clean out the rest of the box and even into the vent hose a little bit. Be careful not to destroy the flapper, as that is what stops cold air from being pulled back into your home while the fan is off. Wipe down the box to complete the cleaning.<br> <p> <br> <p>The fan can now be reassembled by reversing everything and placing it all back as it was before you removed it. Be sure to remember to plug the fan motor back into the socket. The light may also need to be plugged in if you have a light in the cover.<br> <p> <br> <p>You will now have a nice clean fan again. <br> <p> <br> <p>If you want to <b>replace the fan</B> because it is broken worn out or noisy you can often <b>buy replacement bathroom fan parts</B> or even a new fan that will fit in the same box. Upgrades are available to fit existing boxes also. To find <b>bathroom fan upgrades</B> and replacements go to <a href="http://www.broan.com/">www.broan.com</A><br> <p> <br> <p>At <a href="http://www.broan.com/">www.broan.com</A> you can also <b>order <span> </SPAN>broan replacement parts</B>, <b>download broan manuals</B>, and get <b>installation tips for your broan fan</B>.

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Engine Cooling Fan Removal & Installation To Remove:
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    • Fan blade/viscous fan drive assembly from water pump by turning mounting nut counterclockwise as viewed from front - threads on viscous fan drive are right hand. CAUTION
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    • Upper fan shroud attaching hardware
    • Upper fan shroud and fan blade/viscous fan drive from vehicle CAUTION
      Do not place viscous fan drive in horizontal position after removal because silicone fluid in the viscous fan drive could drain into its bearing assembly and contaminate lubricant.
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To Install:
  1. Install or connect the following:
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  1. Remove the upper fan shroud bolts and lift the shroud from its lower securing tabs. Fig. 1: Remove the fan shroud 86743p24.jpg

  2. Remove the accessory drive belts.
  3. Remove the fan flange-to-pulley mounting nuts. Fig. 2: Remove the fan flange-to-pulley mounting nuts . . . 86743p25.jpg
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