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We need mounting screws for the fan we purchased. They were not in the box when we opened it. Where can we get the mounting screws?

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You can get mounting screws at Walmart Home Depot or somewhere like that

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If the screws should have been supplied you should complain to the supplier but such things increasingly are becoming separate items, just another way of boosting profit.

Most repair shops, car workshops and keen diy-ers have a wide selection of screws and bolts.
Good hardware stores also have a wide selection...

Posted on Feb 05, 2018

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    So you are telling me that the Co will not send us the screws

  • Vernon Taylor Feb 06, 2018

    Not what I am saying at all. First you have to ask if the screws should have been included. Only if the answer is yes can you expect the supplier to send you some, though the supplier might have some and sell them separately but first you need to ask...

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SOURCE: We have been given a Heritage Ceiling Fan - model

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Lowes or home depot sells parts for ceiling fans.

Or contact the manufacture online with your model# and they will send them too you.

A link too your fan manufacturer.

http://www.hunterair.com/hunter-heritage-collection.php

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