Question about Hampton Bay 52 In. Ant. Brass Redington III¿ Quick Connect Fan w/Remote, Light Kit

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If your services are free then only answer this request Otherwise discard it.Need to replace the light fixture or the light sockets(4 of them) with spring tension mechanism instead of the normal screw to hold glass shade, if available.It is Hampton bay ceiling fan Redington3 with four light sockets and builtin remote Model CR552(CH)AB UPC# 718167008462 and other no AAL 0731084 These nos aretaken from the fan itself. The UPC # from manual is 082392345549 for antique brass.I have tried to get the parts via Home Depot with no success. Iwas told that the company which made this parts is not in exhistance any more.Please help me locate parts so I can replace them, My cell no is 703-863-0028. If there is any service charge or any other charge cost involved for my above request to locate the parts,please disregard this request. do not proceed. I do not agree to pay any money for this request and for using your any kind of services.

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No, no tension mech available. What is the problem with the screws, Maybe I can help with that.

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