Harbor Breeze Ceiling Fans Troubleshooting is not an easy task, you may read more information below.
Harbor Breeze Ceiling Fans Troubleshooting
You may think that it is an unimportant statement but firstly, you need to diagnose a problem. The customer has to identify the problem. You can face one of the common issues like humming or whirring noise. If you come across a humming noise then you may face the problem of blades alignment. It is because of the dirt that accumulates on the top of the blades. It may take years to gather this dirt and end of the day you will face whirring or humming noise. If you hear humming sound while your fan is moving then you should check your blades are warped or twisted. You can perform this task by using the measuring tape which can determine the distance of blade to the ceiling. It is a common rule that all of the blades should be at an equal distance.
If they appear one or more than one inch away from its destination then you have to solve the issue. In order to perform this task, you have to use the blade balancing kit. It will help you to identify that which blade is having a balancing issue. If you do not have a balancing kit then you have to contact Lowe’s or Home Depot store if you want to purchase it. Apart from this issue, you may face other issues like remote control, wiring, and light kits etc.
Troubleshooting Harbor Breeze Remote Controls
- When you go through troubleshooting then it is one of the common issues you may face while using a Harbor Breeze ceiling fan. There are few steps which you can follow to troubleshoot.
- Firstly, you have to make sure that batteries are fresh. Whether you bought them a week ago still try to buy new batteries and give them a shot.
- Secondly, you have to check whether they come along with some programming options or not. Try to find a reset button too. Open the back of the remote and check where to put the batteries. You should check a reset button there too.
- Thirdly, if you do not find programming then go for the dip switches. You may find a dip switch in the fan as well as remote.