If you’re looking for some Hampton Bay replacement blades for your ceiling fan, we’re going to assume that you’ve already been through the troubleshooting and have come to this conclusion. Did you do the below steps to ensure that you need replacement blades?
Before purchasing replacement blades for your ceiling fan:
- If your ceiling fan is making humming noises, other noises, or appears unbalanced, did you try using a blade balancing kit?
- If you have used a blade balancing kit, is one of your ceiling fan blades warped?
If you’ve gone through the troubleshooting with a blade balancing kit, and that has not solved the problem, then you need to determine if the blades on your ceiling fan are warped or not. You can do this by using a measuring tape, or taking the fan down and the blades off of the fan. When you lay the blades out side by side, are they of the same length, diameter, etc.? With the measuring tape, measure the distance between each blade and the ceiling. If one ha a shorter length from the ceiling than the others, that’s your warped blade. You can also usually pick out warped blades when you lay them side by side on the table or other.
To replace the warped Hampton Bay Ceiling Fan Blade, you’ll need one of the same length that matches the other blades. It’ll also need to match in terms of color and decor. You’ll need to take a look at Home Depot’s online website, or call the manufacturer. If all else fails and you cannot find a replacement blade, try looking at a universal ceiling fan blade that can take the place of the existing.
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