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If you're trying to replace a light fixture with a ceiling fan. The most important thing is to make sure that the electrical box in the ceiling can support the weight and momentum of a ceiling fan. If it's an old house, as you say, I suspect it's not. However, there are support kit, that you can but from most home centers, that will install without having to make a "huge hole" in your ceiling. If you have an attic above this room, accessing and beefing up the support of the electrical box would not be difficult. If you don't have that luxury, then the support kit is your best solution, as you don't need to have access to an attic above.
As far as the Model # 22200 is concerned ... Since you didn't mention what it was, I don't have a clue.
In any event, I hope this helps you in installing the ceiling fan. Please let me know and if you would please rate my response to you. Thank you!
Posted on Mar 25, 2011
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