Sign In to join the community | Help
Heating & Cooling

Hampton Bay ceiling fan not switching to high speed

I've seen similar problems here, but I can't find my exact solution.  I have a Hapton Bay fan with no chains or switches on the fan, it's all remote control.  By what I've read online I think I need a new capacitor, but I'm not 100% sure.


The capacitor is a 2 wire 3.6uF 300V.  If it is the capacitor, the closest I can find to that is a 3.5 or 3.75 uF.  Would .1 lower or .15 higher capacitance make a difference?




Not what you were looking for ? Try posting a question
Posted 2013-07-21T03:56:47+0000  by Travid Travid


Thanks for reaching out.

We can help you with this, but we will need the 12 digit UPC (looks like 123456-123456), is found on a sticker on the top of the motor housing (also on receipt & barcode on box). I've attached a picture of the sticker the UPC/SKU is on so you can find it easily.

After this has been located, you are welcome to email us at with the UPC, remind us your fan isn't switching to the high speed & we will get you in touch with the parts line. If you'd prefer to speak to our Hampton Bay team via phone, you can reach them directly at 877-527-0313 with your UPC.


Thanks again.

Posted 2013-07-22T12:43:36+0000  by THDCustomerCare
Not what you were looking for ? Try posting a question