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My fan is installed and it wobbles it is anchored properly from the box but the pole has a little play from the top not tightly secured The eletrician had to change the downrod was is on the fan at the moment is Harbor breeze cannot find the correct hunter downrod HELP I do not want at wobbling fan

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Hi marilynh57....
Try removing the fan blades and putting them into different positions.
This will sometimes solve your wobbling problem as some fan blades are heavier than others and this causes the wobble you experiance.
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Posted on Aug 17, 2011

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