Identifying a ceiling fan


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Old 04-05-21, 12:52 PM
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Identifying a ceiling fan

I have a ceiling fan that the light fixture and the fan have quit on me and I tried replacing the batteries in the remote that makes it work and that hasnít helped then I had my son try to take that globe off and I was extremely surprised to see it doesnít have like an actual lightbulb in it. Itís a rather odd looking fixture device. When I bought this house in 2013 nothing was more than a year old but the uneducated woman who lived in this house before me decided there was no need to keep any users manual on any appliance or any other electrical device, etc. in this house. I am attaching a photo of this device because if I at least had the model I could go to that companies website and attempt to identify this. My son only stops by every now and then so I need to know because Iím going to have an electrical repairman come out here to fix it but I would like to have extra batteries and light fixtures to go in it so that hopefully that will get it fixed.


 
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Old 04-05-21, 08:37 PM
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Since the ceiling fan market exploded..... everyone and every company is selling them. That has made ID'ing a ceiling fan almost impossible. I use google image search. I searched hundreds of sites looking for your fan. Many looked closed but weren't identical.

There may be a tag inside the light housing.
On the back of the motor facing the ceiling is a popular place for an ID tag.

My gut feeling when I saw your fan is Hunter.
There is a very good chance the remote module for your fan is in the ceiling canopy.
That canopy cover lowers for servicing.
 
 

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