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WHY DO SOME CEILING FANS HAVE A 4 FOOT LIMIT ON DOWNRODS?

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Not a problem would like to know if there is a difference in downrods or all of them the same just different lengths and colours


Hi lynn h...
You can get downrods in all different lengths from small to quite long...at HomeDepot,Loews,etc
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Sep 14, 2011 | Hunter Fan 215 Antique Pewter Auberge...

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Where can I purchase a 3/4" downrod coupler for a


From your friendly neighborhood electrician - any electric supply (a business supplying parts to
the electrical & HVAC trade) will either carry Hunter parts, or at the very least be able to
order the parts - why: Hunter is manufactered in the USA. Nearly every other brand of ceiling
fan you'll find at your neighborhood Home Depot or Lowes is manufactured in China.
The typical ceiling fan will come with parts for two configurations: (1) flush, and (2) a optional
3-inch downrod, but commercial installations will somtimes use extended downrods.

The Hunter web site (http://www.hunterfan.com) catalog shows available downrods in several
lengths: 12", 18", 24", 36", 48", 60", and 72".

I found Hunter downrod specifics in the online "core products catalog," at:
http://s7d5.scene7.com/s7/brochure/flash_brochure.jsp?company=HunterFan&sku=Core_2011_Trade_Final&config=HunterFan/skin&locale=en&zoomheight=600&zoomwidth=800

May 30, 2011 | Hunter Dryers

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What size fan does one need for these 2 bedrooms....1) 13-2 x 11 9 foot ceiling and 2) 16-6 x13 9 foot ceiling?


I would love to pretend I am an expert on this subject, but I'd rather be honest. :)

Practically speaking, I would ask the retailer where I plan to buy the fans.
Preferably, and to make sure, I'd get two or even three opinions or estimates from different retailers, and see how they compare.
You may even prefer the fans installed professionally.

If I was really lazy, I'd email these people and ask for the fans' specifications and some educated opinions and advice which they are always more than happy to give.
They are in the racket, so they must know all there is to know about air displacement and such.

Happy hunting.

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May 26, 2011 | Hunter (25417) Ceiling Fan

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Poor air movement


mcdevito75 here, You say the fans are recessed into the ceiling are the fan blades blowing the air into this recess instead of outward. Also if your porch is an open porch the fans are competeing with the outside air and temerature. The only other thig to try is to lower thefans another foot.

Jul 27, 2010 | Hampton Bay 52 In. White Huntington III...

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Ceiling fans not bright enough


In this case, probably not. The issue is heat, and the limit is space. One suggestion, new fluorescent bulbs give more light with less wattage. If you can find one that will physically fit in the space, this might get you more light.

Oct 19, 2009 | Aloha Housewares Dryers

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Can I use same remote for more then one of the same type ceiling


If they are all the same make/model they will only have a few frquencies they work from. If there is a slide switch or something that is numbered 1 to 4 or whatever, set them all to the same and 1 remote will work them all.(or should).

Jun 13, 2009 | Hampton Bay 54 In. Flemish Pewter Ceiling...

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I want to hang the fan on a cathedral ceiling with a steep slope. Two questions, is the angle of the slope measured from vertical or horizontal,and does anyone make a kit for my fan to hang because the the...


The slope is measured off the horizontal plane. A 45 degree slope would rise 12 inches for every 12 inches of horizontal travel in this example. If the slope is too great try checking kits made by Fanimation. The Fanimation SCK52 - 52 Degree Ceiling Slope Ceiling Fan Kit will go up to a 52 degree angle ceiling and will fit most downrods. The hampton bay fans are very popular and should work just fine with this kit.

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May 14, 2009 | Hampton Bay 52 In. White Huntington III...

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Need a new blade


There is a a major ceiling fan manufacturer in Fort Lauderdale FL called King of Fans (website: kingoffans.com) that deals strictly with Hampton Bay ceiling fans & parts. They are the Home Depot distributor for Hampton Bay ceiling fans. Their number is 1-800-330-3267. There is also a 1-877-527-0313 number for Hampton Bay products other than ceiling fans...

Oct 01, 2008 | Hampton Bay 24750 Huntington III Ceiling...

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