Model # 52652

Internet #203688304

Store SKU #741044

Hampton Bay Fairfield 52 in. Antique Brass Ceiling Fan

Hampton Bay

Fairfield 52 in. Antique Brass Ceiling Fan

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Product Overview

The Hampton Bay Fairfield Antique Ceiling Fan has five reversible blades in medium walnut and medium cherry finishes. The sleek housing compliments many different decors while functioning quietly in whatever setting it is installed. Patented Accu-Arm technology allows for accurate and easy installation with quiet, wobble-free operation. The Fairfield features custom-designed champagne glass shades that use four 40 watt incandescent bulbs (included).

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Customer Questions & Answers

If the lights and fan are wired to separate hot leads, can the lights be controlled by a dimmer, and with the fan switched to high on the unit,

can speed then be contolled by a variable speed wall switch ?
Asked by: joejersey
Yes, the lights can be controlled by a dimmer and the fan can be wired to a variable speed wall switch.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2015-09-20

What is the maximum watt light bulb that can be used for this light/fan fixture?

Asked by: lw64
This fan can take light bulbs up to 40 watts.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2015-09-20

Do they make this without the lights?

Asked by: Anonymous
Sorry, make what without lights; if you mean ceiling fans- yes
Answered by: Tony
Date published: 2015-09-20

Is there a conversion kit?

I purchased this fan w/o checking for the tri-mount (vaulted ceiling type). Is there an adapter kit I can purchase to level my fan on my vaulted ceiling?
Asked by: Brent
Sorry to hear about this issue. There is not a conversion kit to convert a hugger fan to a tri-mount fan. These fans are specifically designed to mount flush to the ceiling.
Answered by: Hampton Bay Expert
Date published: 2015-09-20
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