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My ceiling fan is spinning in the WRONG direction. I know because I have an identical fan spinning in the right direction. How do I get my fan to spin in the right direction? It has been doing this ever since I moved in last week.

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Shut it off, an get up there and see if it has a directional switch, to make it go forward or back wards. also be sure the blades are not upside down on fan motor. the reverse switch should be on the fan motor housing so it can be reversed.

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