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I think for a lot of people, especially home decor experts, ceiling fans are one of those love/hate things! They are super functional, but not all that attractive. This enclosed blade fan solves that "not attractive" problem while still providing plenty of function.
Between our two homes, we now have three of these fans with more to be installed in the future! Read along as Steph shares how she installed this fan.
You know when you finish a project and can't wait to see it work? Well, unfortunately, when we powered on the fan it did not work (the first time)!
Steph did all the trouble shooting, but had no success in locating the issue. Ultimately she called Home Depot and after a brief conversation it was apparent there was an issue with the remote/receiver parts.
The solution was to uninstall the old fan, box it and leave it for pick up. The old one was picked up later that day.
The new fan arrived first thing the next day, install was quicker than the first time, AND, it worked!
Although, it would have been nice if the first fan had worked, we couldn't have been more pleased with the customer service we received from the Home Depot.
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FYI: We are not professionals, and we don't claim to be. This is what we found worked for our project. Yours may need a little different approach. Safety first!
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