Question about Hampton Bay 04078 Avanti Ceiling Fan
Fan works fine with remote but when I try to turn on the fan light it just flickers a couple times and never turns on. I tried to switch around the TCP#12536Q part from my other ceiling fan which is the same Hampton fan (white with the bowl like light cover that twist off) and the result was the same. What do you think is the problem???? Thank You.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try swapping out the bulbs and see what happens. There are bulbs made specifically for ceiling fans that have heavier duty filaments in the bulbs, or you could use compact fluorescents. The warning about using a solid state control was referring to using a solid state dimmer at the wall switch.
Posted on Mar 01, 2009
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You are probably missing a part. There should be a mounting plate...usually round...that attaches to the ceiling or electrical box. The mounting plate would have small tabs or a lip around the edge with threaded holes for attaching the cover.
Posted on Jan 16, 2008
SOURCE: Fan not blowing air.
theres a small toggle switch on the fan
that switch is to change direction on the way the fan is blowing
one direction for downward blowing
the other direction is for upward blowing
depends on the area you have to determine which is the best, but i doubt area restriction will hamper force air blowing, air will flow regardless, the area might be big so you dont feel it.
as being living in the attic, HOT AIR rises, so you might want to invest in some installation for the ceiling, because whent he sun hit the roof, it will create an oven effect, in your living area. the hot air is always present, you should have a ventilation fan blowing the hot air out, like thru a small window, the more hot air you blow out, the better.
not sure if this make sense. not sure how big the room is, as FANs are NOISY by nature.
Posted on Aug 16, 2008
THE FAN IS ACTUALLY A WINWARD II BY HAMPTON BAY. ACCORDING TO INSTRUCTION MANUAL YOU TURN THE GLASS BOWL COVERING THE LIGHT ASSEMBLY UNTIL IT MAKES CONTACT WITH A COUPLE OF GROOVES IN THE RIM AND THE GLASS ASSEMBLY SHOULD RELEASE. I DID NOT RECEIVE ANY HELP FROM "FIXYA" BUT MAYBE THIS INFO WILL HELP SOMEONE ELSE WITH THE SAME PROBLEM. THE MODEL # OF THE HAMPTON BAY FAN WAS 523 342. (I FOUND MY INSTRUCTION MANUAL AND THIS IS WHERE I GOT MY INFO)
Posted on Mar 28, 2009
go to Home Depot, not only do they have replacements, but they can order for you what you need. Hampton Bay is the Home Depot brand.
Posted on Mar 31, 2009
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