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My Hawkins 44" fan makes a humming noise when the fan is going. The faster the speed the louder the noise. With light on only , no noise. My assumption is it is electrical. Any advice would be welcomed. Thanks, Todd.

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Unless it is really loud, the noise you describe is quite normal. Often, at higher speeds the whooshing of the blades will mask some of the motor sounds. we have found the Hunter fans to run the quietest.

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