Need ceiling fan model/manufacturer

Old 08-02-20, 04:22 PM
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Need ceiling fan model/manufacturer

My mom bought this ceiling fan at a second hand store and we are trying to figure out the model number/ manufacturer to buy a downrod and ball for it. I’ve read that these ball and downrods are model specific. I took a picture of the UL label on the motor housing. Can anyone help me identify it?

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The wording is hard to read but at the top it says ‘Must be hung several feet from the floor’ underneath says E133787 Model AC-4544-5CP but I couldn’t find anything with model number on the web. Any help would be great.

thanks in advance.

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Old 08-02-20, 05:01 PM
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Hampton-Bay model AC-4544-5CP owned by Home Depot.

Hampton Bay Ceiling Fan Manuals & PDF Manuals

Hampton Bay Lighting and Fans is a wholly owned subsidiary of The Home Depot. The company manufactures and sells a line of light fixtures and ceiling fans that are available online and at Home Depot stores across the United States and Canada.
Old 08-02-20, 08:55 PM
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‘Must be hung several feet from the floor’
The fan must be mounted with a minimum of 7 ft. clearance from the trailing edge of the blades to the floor.
Old 08-03-20, 06:37 AM
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Hi, I would think the thread size would be standard , just choose the color and length, take the fan motor to HD and match one up.
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There is nothing special about the down rods other than their exterior size. Even a piece of black iron from the plumbing department will work, then there are the looks. I always use a slope adapter on the box in the ceiling. Then comes the issue of the box in the ceiling. Is it attached to the structure and has the bigger screws to carry the weight and torque of the motor. Look up fan boxes .

The biggest problem you have is the length of the wires. Your not supposed to splice inside a conduit or down rod in your case. Getting to the terminal position on the motor can be frustrating on some fans.

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