General troubleshooting guides and tips can be found below. If your problem isn’t listed or is not able to be solved, you may want to find a professional in your area. We recommend using Home Advisor and Angie’s List to find the most trusted technician’s.
Select the issue you are having with your fan:
This includes the following: The fan lights and the fan itself don’t work, just the lights don’t work (one or more of them), and just the fan doesn’t work.
A wobbling fan is an annoying fan. Don’t deal with the noise, fix it!
Many things can cause a fan to make extra, unwanted noise. Most of the time it can be fixed.
If your fan doesn’t come with a remote the only way to control the fans settings is a pull chain, but they can be replaced/fixed very easily.
The issue here is probably the fan’s capacitor, which is relatively easy to replace.
In the summer you have your fan running normally, but in winter you want it on reverse to help regulate temperature.
Whether it be frayed wiring or somebody else’s remote signals, learn to deal with this issue.
Air flow problems with your fan can come from the direction you have it going and the settings you have it on. Usually these are very simple to solve.
Fan remotes exist to make operating a ceiling fan more flexible and easier; so it can be super annoying to operate a ceiling fan that was made to work with a remote, without the remote.