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Fan "wiggling" We had a fan working fine in one home, sold that home and took the fan; had it installed at new home, now it "jerks" back and forth on medium speed, and it is downright scary on high speed! can't use on anything but "low". Robert

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It's out of balance. They make balancing kits you can get where they sell fans. Just like when a tire get's out of balance you have to add some weight to the right spot on one of the blades. It's a time consuming process fiquring out where to add the weight. but it works.

Good luck

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