What make and model is this ceiling fan/light combo?

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Old 09-29-15, 08:32 AM
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What make and model is this ceiling fan/light combo?

You would think that manufacturers want to make more money, by advertising themselves on products that people buy. This fan does not list the make or model of it anywhere. I want to take it down properly so I can fix it, but I'm not sure which step is first. I have attached a pic of the fan/light fixture.Name:  DSCF0453.jpg
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Old 09-29-15, 08:40 AM
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By the way, I'm looking to repair the fan/light fixture. Neither fan nor light will turn on. Both shut off by themselves all of a sudden.
 
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Old 09-29-15, 09:24 AM
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Welcome to the forums.

There are literally thousands of fan/light combinations on the market and they all look similar. If it doesn't have a name plate or ID tag on it then it's an inexpensive product from one of the several Asian companies that supply the bulk of the fan market.

Is there a wireless remote in the fan or is it just pullchain operated ?
If there is no remote then it sounds like you lost power before or at the unit.
Possibly there is a wall switch somewhere that controls it and is off ?
 
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Old 09-29-15, 09:42 AM
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I don't know the manufacturer. Try turning the upper ring (bezel) counter clockwise. They are usually attached with cams. With some models, the bezel can just be pulled down and is held in place by small nubs that snap into place.

Once that upper bezel is removed, you should see screws holding fan to mounting bracket.

Before doing any of this though, PJ is asking about the obvious electric problems and that's where to start.
 
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In order to pull down the decorative bezel..... you'd need to remove the blades and blade holder brackets.
 
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No, there is no wireless remote to the fan, that I know of. It's controlled by the wall switch/dimmer and the pull chains. Yes, I think I lost power to the entire unit. The wall switch won't turn either of them on.
 
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Do I need to turn the power off before I do that, or can I do that before I turn the power off?
 
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