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Hampton Ceiling fan E75795

I have 2 issues but bottom line is I need a Blade Arm.

 

I have contacted Hampton Bay and they said they cannot find this model.

 

It is a 2006. Model is E75795. There are NO UPC codes on fan motor.

 

Two stickers on it. One looks like this

 

E75795             JAN 2006 "YL"

Model: AC  - 560LF 3100   MOTOR

FAN ONLY: 120v, 60HZ, 1.0A.

FAN & LIGHT: 120V, 60HZ, 3.3A (MAX.)

 

OTHER STICKER LOOKS LIKE THIS

PO#17008064

MODEL#227898

DATE CODE:  J0

 

Can anyone tell me if this is a Hampton Bay fan and how can I get replacement blade arm?

 

Thanks

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Posted 2012-09-11T18:30:15+0000  by djcarb1 djcarb1
 

I found the same stickers and numbers as well but then i found another sticker on the very top of the fan. It says:

 

SN: 003111 g

E75795 YL

Model: AC-552

 

SKU: 553-663

Date: 0106

Vendor: 11289

UPC: 792145350941

 

I need a repalcement arm ( i still have the blade. Any info would be awesome! Thanks!


Lauren

Posted 2013-06-23T20:12:38+0000  by lalablahblah

I found the same stcikers and numbers as well but then i found another sticker on the very top of the fan. It says:

 

SN: 003111 g

E75795 YL

Model: AC-552

 

SKU: 553-663

Date: 0106

Vendor: 11289

UPC: 792145350941

 

I need a repalcement arm ( i still have the blade. Any info would be awesome! Thanks!


Lauren

 

 

Posted 2013-06-23T20:12:07+0000  by lalablahblah

Hi, DJcarb.

I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but I am located within Hampton Bay customer care and none of the information you provided comes up in our systems & does not assist in identifying this as a HB fan or not.   :(

If your fan is a Hampton Bay, it will say so on the tag at the bottom of the pull chain or on a metal decal on the motor housing. Occasionally there are fans that do show the HB insignia that our team just cannot locate in our system & none of our current manufacturers can identify as their own (and hence advice of parts available).

Now, when we cannot identify a fan or we do get inquiries for parts that are not available, we refer customers to a 3rd party (non-Home Depot) website: www.eceilingfans.com. You can search for blade arms there by comparing the pictures of the ones available for purchase to the ones you have that are still functioning. You can also contact the site owner via the contact information at the bottom of the page.

I hope this helps & I hope you are able to find something that works for the fan! :)

- Thank you, Nicki

Posted 2012-09-11T22:16:25+0000  by THDCustomerCare
 
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