Question about Hampton Bay 24750 Huntington III Ceiling Fan
I recently purchased two of your Huntinton 111 52" ceiling fans from Home Depot for my cabin. I had both professionally installed as they were at the cabin working on another project. They were both installed with the short down rod. Both work fine except one of them has a noisy irritating sound which makes it impossible to sleep. It is hard to explain, but goes whoooomp, whooomp when on med or high speed. I know it is wrong because the other fan does not do this.
Does the fan seem to wobble when it is operating? If so, the fan blades may be out of balance. You can purchase self-adhesive weights to stick on the top of the blades to get them balanced properly. It is a trial-and error process, but it is the easiest and most cost-effective way of reducing fan noise. Other possible causes might be: the fan is loose in its mounting, or the mounting itself is loose .A wire inside the fan motor may be rubbing against some moving part. Also, the fan unit may not be properly grounded, or wired with reverse polarity., causing a 60 cycle "hum".
Posted on Aug 06, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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