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I am unable to remove an old hampton bay ceiling fan it is a flush mount about 10 years old. I have taken everything off but i unable to get the motor part off

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There are 4 screws on the canopy which is the part that is mounted to the ceiling box . Just remove those screws it will come down . Hope this helps.

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