20 Most Recent Hampton Bay 52 In. White Redington III¿ Ceiling Fan w/ Remote Control & Light Kit - Page 4 Questions & Answers


can notify hampton bay costumer service 1-877-527-0313 home depot-lowes -online stores or lighting/fan stores anyof these places carry replacement fan blades

Hampton Bay 52... | Answered on Jul 26, 2010


you need a new remote and receiver. mine did the same thing after a few months an then it completely burntout in 2 yrs

Hampton Bay 52... | Answered on Jun 22, 2010


Yes, look up www.hamptonbay.com and get their contact number from them. It sounds like your transmitter (Remote) has failed. If it were the receiver the fan would most likely not work at all.

Hampton Bay 52... | Answered on Jun 10, 2010


the fan changes speed by inserting a capacitor of different values in series with the motor .. direct drive to the motor is the fastest speed .. a large capacitor in series slows it down a bit and a smaller capacitor slows it down more ... so if your fan is running at full speed all the time then one of the capacitors is shorted or the switch is bad .. if its stuck on one of the lower speed settings then the switch has a bad contact .. the capacitors are mounted together in a small box with several wires going to the pull chain switch .. you can replace the capacitor box .. and you can replace the 3 or 4 position switch ... or you can remove all that stuff and put in a remote controled system .. that involves a box that just fits inside the fan .. it is hooked to AC power and neutral .. it then hooks up to the lilght and the fan giving you control over both .. you can vary brightness and fan speed .. you would no longer need the fan or light pull switch or the capacitors ... you could also get a new fan having such a controller .. since yours is fairly old it might be worthwhile to upgrade .. some of the remote controls allow you to set a temperature ..if the room goes above that temp then the fan turns on automatically and the speed is determined by how much higher the room temprature is from that set value .. some remotes also give you an additional very low fan speed .. thats nice at night when you just need a gentle breeze .. some also allow you to set a delay before the lights go out after you have clicked "turn off" ... that gives you time to exit the room or get in bed before the lights actually go out ... kindof nice features that might make it worth while to up grade .. to get parts for your old fan see this URL
http://www.ceiling-fans-n-more.com/hampton-bay-ceiling-fan-parts.php

since Home Depot sells hampton bay .. then they might have parts as well .. worth a try .. you can also see new models there ..

Hampton Bay 52... | Answered on Jun 07, 2010


Hampton Bay is an exclusive brand of Home Depot. They would be the ones to help you with that. BUT .. from my experience I would say that the cost and trouble of getting and replacing the motor in that fan would be easilly rivalled by the cost and ease of buying and installing a new fan all together.

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Hampton Bay 52... | Answered on Jun 02, 2010


I know you replaced the bulbs, right? There may be a loose connection on the receiver unit wiring to the lights. Check it out.

Hampton Bay 52... | Answered on May 16, 2010


You best resolution now may be to replace the light kit with one available at Home Depot ..

Hampton Bay 52... | Answered on May 10, 2010


It is not a ceiling fan or wiring problem. It is your bulbs. Normal CFL bulbs do not work in dimmers or with remotes. Remotes work on RF signals and cause interference with the bulbs. You may also notice a buzzing sound and the lights may not go out when you turn off the switch. It is a fire hazard, can invalidate your warranty on the bulbs and will shorten their life. Try changing the bulbs to the new dimmable CFL's and see if it helps. It should eliminate your problem altogether.

Hampton Bay 52... | Answered on May 08, 2010


you can test the light switch by temporarily hooking up the light bulb to where the fan normally goes ....the bulb will only work on the highest speed setting but can prove if the switch is bad or not . turn power off before woking in there ... if you know someone with a volt meter then they could quickly test the switch for you .. they can also test the motor for continuity .. .. most of the time the trouble is simply bad connections inside the wire nuts ... like insulation not skinned properly or wire not in the wire nut properly ..you can remove and inspect each connection (power off of course) ... sometimes there is a seperate power line for the fan and light ... so they can be independently controlled externally ... thats not needed when the pull chains are the only off on method ...

Hampton Bay 52... | Answered on Apr 16, 2010


Yes if the fan motor is wired direct to a separate switch

Hampton Bay 52... | Answered on Apr 11, 2010


it;s easy to tell, look at the unit, if you can see diodes, then it is IRed, If NOT, then it is RF, usually these are IRed.

Hampton Bay 52... | Answered on Apr 06, 2010


Actually the new fan only has 3 wires right ?? all of which you have connected. There isnt another space for the red wire.. This means that the new fan only uses 1 switch ,, and cannot use 2. So you have it correct.. No need for the second switch as was required by your old fan. The old fan had 2 post.. and 2 negat.. meaning the leads from 2 switches. The new one has, Ground, postive negative. As you already have connected. Hope that explains the differences to you and why you new fan dont use 2 switches. So in other words yes it correct!!.

Hampton Bay 52... | Answered on Apr 03, 2010


Redington III. The remote receiver is integral to the light kit. There is no replacing the light kit, you can, however change out the glass, but you're stuck with what you got.

Hampton Bay 52... | Answered on Apr 01, 2010


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Hampton Bay 52... | Answered on Sep 17, 2009


Check to see if the remote switches of your hand held device match the switch setting in the fan assembly

Hampton Bay 52... | Answered on Sep 15, 2009

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