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Hampton Bay

Model # 72199R

Internet # 202263835

Store SKU # 406358

2-Light Ceiling Fan Light Kit

$44.97 /each

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Product Overview

The Hampton Bay 2-Light Ceiling Fan Light Kit features beautiful white-alabaster glass and mounts to most fans. It comes with 4 different finials (white, oil-rubbed bronze, brushed nickel & Antigua brass) to easily match to your home decor. This fixture is Energy Star compliant. Uses 2 bi-pin GU24 CFLs up to 14-Watt (included).

  • Universal 11 in. 2-light lighting kit for most ceiling fans
  • Pull-chain operated
  • White-alabaster glass
  • 4 finials (white, oil-rubbed bronze, brushed nickel and antigua brass) included for easy color-matching
  • Uses 2 bi-pin GU24 CFLs up to 14-Watt (included)
  • Energy Star compliant for efficiency and savings
  • For indoor use
  • Need Help?  Find support information and FAQs on our Hampton Bay Customer Support page
  • Need it installed? Choose from certified Pros to complete your job by calling 1-855-723-2266

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Specifications

Dimensions

Fitter/Neck Size (In) 
11 in 
Product Depth (in.) 
12.7 
Product Height (in.) 
7.1 
Product Width (in.) 
12.7 

Details

Bulb Type Included 
CFL 
Color Family 
White 
Color/Finish 
white, oil-rubbed bronze, brushed nickel and Antigua brass 
Light Type 
Bowl 
Maximum Bulb Wattage 
14 
Product Weight (lb.) 
3.04 lb 
Returnable 
90-Day 

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings 
1-UL Listed 
Manufacturer Warranty 
Two Year Limited Warranty 

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I pulled the light chain completley off. Will this kit fix that problem?

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November 24, 2014
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December 10, 2014
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The light kit won't fix the problem but you can buy replacement pull chains.
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November 29, 2014
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You don't need to buy a new shade. They sell both chains that can be snapped on to extend the length, also just the switch is sold separately for very cheep. The switch can be replaced by removing the light kit from the bottom of the fan.
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November 25, 2014
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If this is the same light that you already have, but it maybe difficult to just change out the switch housing. I suggest just replace the whole light easier and quicker and if you buy the whole light as shown here, you will have an extra shade should you ever drop one or break it while cleaning. It is priced reasonable enough and it looks real good.
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November 25, 2014
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Did you just break the chain? First kill power to the fan/light. Next you are going to have to open up the housing where the chain comes out of. There will be 3 little screws that hold it on. Check to see if you have damaged the pull chain switch. If the switch is damaged or there is no chain to attach another chain to, then this kit will not help you. If you have a piece of chain exposed where you can Read More
Did you just break the chain? First kill power to the fan/light. Next you are going to have to open up the housing where the chain comes out of. There will be 3 little screws that hold it on. Check to see if you have damaged the pull chain switch. If the switch is damaged or there is no chain to attach another chain to, then this kit will not help you. If you have a piece of chain exposed where you can attach another chain to than this kit will fix the problem. I hope that helped Matt Read Less
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Not able to get bulbs to light up

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June 24, 2015
I originally tried to connect the blue & white wires using the adapter connectors but didn't get any light when I pulled the cord.

I tried splicing the wires and attaching them with the wire nuts but that didn't help either.

I have confirmed I have power running to the fan since I am able to run that and I have confirmed I have the white wire connected to the white wire and the blue wire connected to the black one, as per the instructions.

Not sure what I'm missing. The fan is a hampton bay as well and everything seems to fit so I don't understand what is causing the problem.
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You could start by taking an inexpensive volt meter and see if you have power coming to the bulb socket. If not check the connections.
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June 26, 2015
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Hi NJHome1. Sorry to hear that you are having this issue. please call 1-855 HD-Hampton (855-434-2678) and one of our customer service team members can help you trouble shoot the issue.
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Is there power where you are connecting it below the fan? You may have to go to the ceiling where the fan attaches to the ceiling and the main source of power to the entire unit, some fans and light wiring has to be connected together with same wire nut and connect the light wires to the power there. Something that we learn early on in maintainence is to replace the bulb at least 2 times to make sure the Read More
Is there power where you are connecting it below the fan? You may have to go to the ceiling where the fan attaches to the ceiling and the main source of power to the entire unit, some fans and light wiring has to be connected together with same wire nut and connect the light wires to the power there. Something that we learn early on in maintainence is to replace the bulb at least 2 times to make sure the bulbs are good. Read Less
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Will this light kit fit a Hampton Bay Model # 670-787?

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Yes, that's the model I have.
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November 25, 2014
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Hi Sue, I'm not sure which model fans that I have, but I have used this kit on older (15 years)and newer Hampton Bay fans. Not much has changed with them mechanically. Hope that helped Matt
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November 12, 2014
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This light kit is a universal design and should work with most Hampton Bay fans.
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What kind of lamp plug in does it have?

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October 26, 2014
My fan is a Hampton Bay Antigua 96H7 No 054695 with a 9 prong plug in
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I believe the nomenclature of the light plug is n-22. It has two small l bayonet type connectors
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Hi Judy, I'm sorry but I am a little confused with your question. Do you mean the wiring inside the fan housing that leads to the the lamp? If that is the question than it is your typical wiring. Black, white, and with some there will be a blue wire inside the very bottom of the fan. There will be 3 small screws holding a base cap on. The wires will be under this cap. Connect these wires with the wire Read More
Hi Judy, I'm sorry but I am a little confused with your question. Do you mean the wiring inside the fan housing that leads to the the lamp? If that is the question than it is your typical wiring. Black, white, and with some there will be a blue wire inside the very bottom of the fan. There will be 3 small screws holding a base cap on. The wires will be under this cap. Connect these wires with the wire nuts that were given to the fan and replace the bottom cap. Somehow I don't think that is your question. The nine prong plug in has me scratching my head.
Feel free to ask me some more questions if you want. Hope I can help. Matt
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I believe the lamps had 2 prongs but I am not at the location where I installed it so I can not look at this time.
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