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Hunter Ceiling Fans

I have 11 Hunter ceiling fans in my home. When I purchased them 12 years ago they were all top of the line. I purchased everyone one with a lighting kit and remote control. Everyone one of the remotes burned out (hunter replaced one). One of two the same a motor burned out (hunter no longer makes that fan - I was told to go one line Price one & for 70.00 they would ship it to me) just what I need two different fans in the same room. Now the fan in my dinning room the light shorted out. I called Hunter and yes to my surprise they no longer have that light and I'm told that fan didn't come w/a lighting kit (mine did I purchased it from but they no longer have a light w/a plug (which that fan needs) so I'll just have to either not have a light (but the fan still works so Hunter is not going to do anything for me) or just purchase another $300.00 fan (that's what I paid for that one). Do you really think I'll ever purchase another Hunter product. I just would like everyone to see how Hunter has been with me hope that no one else is as stupid as me and buys that many fans from them to be told oh well !

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  • mahina43 Jan 29, 2009

    Lately it seems, Hunter Fans are generally poorly made. Screws are not tapered to fit, finish is marginal making fits sloppy, fans wobble like a dog in heat, internal wiring is wrong, etc. Every new Hunter I've installed requires balancing. I'm a retired builder who is still doing remodel work. Back in the day we installed Hunter Originals, and they lasted for years. Now we are lucky to see three years service for a mid-priced fan. I've personally gone to using nearly all Casablanca fans in my own remodel work. I can install a Casablanca in about half the time, and I seldom have any balance issues, even with very long down rods. The only solution is to move up in price to higher end fans - Minka Aire, Fanimation, Casablanca, etc.



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Try finding a similar fan or same fan as you have at Ceiling Fan Direction. They do have stock of older fans model which Hunter Fan company does not have.


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Unfortunatly that is a common thing with most manufactorers now a days! they are not in the service industry. make it, sell it, dump it, make a new one. and the cycle goes on and on. You may be able to find a repair person who can fix the fans for you at a reasonable cost.

Posted on Feb 09, 2008


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SOURCE: Our Hunter Fan/Ceiling light is less than one year...

Sounds like some other RF device has been introduced recently that is interferring. You need to change the frquency. See:

Posted on Dec 17, 2010


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SOURCE: Hunter ceiling speed.

A fan that old has a muilti speed capacitor. It could be that or the swicth. First thing to do is test the swicth with a voltage tester to see if power is switched to different posts if it does switch it is prob. the cap. Good luck trying to find one.

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SOURCE: need the manual for our ceiling fan, Hunter, Park

i have to fans close to each other i would like to change the code on the remote

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