Question about Hampton Bay Air Conditioners
Lowe's or Home Depot come to mind. If you are the DIY type, find a thrift store. Spare parts abound....and they're cheeeeeep!
Posted on Jul 14, 2009
SOURCE: I am adding a light
The green is a ground and the red is the hot wire for the light. One wire from the light kit is white and should be connected to the other white wire in the fan. The red wire should be the hot wire and gets connected to the black or blue (other wire) from the light kit. If you connect the two wires and the light does not come on, you need to find the other end of the red wire and make sure it is connected to a switch to give it power. The other end of the red wire is probably in the single gang box where the wall switch for the fan is located. Or you can tie the red wire for the light to the black wire for the fan and simply use the pull cord to cut on/off the light.
Posted on Jan 29, 2011
SOURCE: I have a Hampton Bay
before you buy a new hand-held remote ... have you changed ALL the batteries. There's a set in the hand-held remote and batteries in the receiver, which is behind the fan's cowling. If you haven't changed them all, I'd do that before investing in a new remote control.
if you find, after changing all the batteries, you do need a new remote control, here is a link to one for all Hampton Bay Ceiling Fans.
Hope this helped you. Please let me know. Thanks.
Posted on Jun 01, 2011
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