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I have bought from a friend a heritage ceiling fan but he has misplaced the plate that attaches to the shaft a the ceiling fan, and also to the ceiling. It helps the fan rotate on a even scale. How can I get just the plate I need. The model is # FN42UL. Another number on the fan is E187140-A. Can you help me? email address: bglvr57@yahoo.com

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You can buy this online or you can call this number and inquire about this particular plate 888-854-5483

menion your model and part name, they can surely provide you w the part you need

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