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We have two Dayton commercial ceiling fans, Model 4C854B, in the smoking section of our establishment. I was not there when the specifications for the fans were placed in the building contract. Currently the fans rotate counter-clockwise when viewed from below. My question is, is there anyway that the direction of rotation can be changed? I checked the fans and cannot find any direction control switch. R. E. Bushnell Recreation Assistant MWR Redstone Arsenal

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Yes there is usually a switch on the side of the unit if you switch the switch to the oppisite direction the fan will spin the oppisite way if you have any further questions message me back I await your reply Thanks Rick

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