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Altura 68" Ceiling Fan

High speed seems slow.

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  • samito624 Jul 22, 2008

    I have exactly the same problem, and I am extremely disappointed with it. I want to take it back.

  • Mauidave Oct 03, 2008

    I just purchased and installed today. My $49 fans put out more air on medium speed. I will be taking this fan back. Looks good, doesn't work

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That's because it's 68" across, even though it uses the name motor inside as a 52" fan.

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