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Hampton Bay

Model YG188-NI

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Store SKU #791647

Gazebo II 52 in. Indoor/Outdoor Natural Iron Ceiling Fan

$89.97 /each
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  • 5 reversible weather-resistant black/walnut blades
  • Dome-style light kit with frosted glass
  • Optional 3-speed control with reverse setting
Fixture Color/Finish: Natural iron
  • Brushed nickel
  • Natural iron
  • Weathered Bronze
  • White

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The Hampton Bay Gazebo II Natural Iron Ceiling Fan features 5 reversible weather-resistant black/walnut blades and a natural iron finish that looks great in either an indoor or outdoor setting. A dome-style light kit with frosted glass completes the overall design. The Gazebo has an optional 3-speed control with reverse setting and a wet-rated housing for outdoor use. Uses two 13-Watt CFL bulbs (included).

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TL
Monroe, NY
August 28, 2013
Can this fan be adapted with a wall switch to control fan and light?? Does Hampton Bay sell the switch?
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There are a few possibilities/options that you have. First, if you have 12/3 wire (a black/ red/ white wire, not including the ground wire (14/3 permissable if a 15 amp circuit) going from your switch to the mounting box on the ceiling, then you can have a switch with a dedicated Light toggle and Fan toggle, so you can control each separately. They are sold at home depot and are generally in the $25 Read More
There are a few possibilities/options that you have. First, if you have 12/3 wire (a black/ red/ white wire, not including the ground wire (14/3 permissable if a 15 amp circuit) going from your switch to the mounting box on the ceiling, then you can have a switch with a dedicated Light toggle and Fan toggle, so you can control each separately. They are sold at home depot and are generally in the $25 range.. If you only have a 12/2 wire (14/2 if 15 amp) going to the mounting box, then you can either control the light and fan separately from the pull switch and you would use the light switch as a general power switch to the fan.... or... you can purchase something like a lutron maestro dual control combination switch. that switch includes a module you wire up to the ceiling fan itself (tucked away out of sight) and it works for people that have 12 or 14/2 wire and want separate controls. it actually looks so good and is designed so nicely i will be doing that and i have the required 12/3 wire for dedicated controls regardless. hope this helps Read Less
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August 12, 2014
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Yes it can. If you have two switches feeding up to the mounting box, you can use one for the fan and the other for the light. If you are mounting in a room with a single switch feeding the mounting box, you can feed both the fan and light and then use the two pull chain switches on the fan to control the speed or the light.
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February 4, 2014
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Yes this fan can be controlled by a wall switch which can be purchased at HD.
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October 20, 2013
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Yes, my electrician installed one.
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October 1, 2013
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That is how I have mine wired, so no problem.
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September 25, 2013
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Yes it can and you'll find everything you need at the store.
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Yes it can
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August 28, 2013
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The question is kinda hard to answer cause all it was is wall switch if it was related to a previous question that I think it was its the switch that actually on the the fan motor there is two pull chain switches ones for the motor and ones for the lights
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One of my Gazebo II fans is hit or miss for spinning the blades. I can hear the motor humming but it will not turn. What could cause that?

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San Antonio, TX
August 2, 2013
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Milan, MI
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August 12, 2014
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Probably the motor start capacitor is shot. It provides the oomph to start the spinning.
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Short in motor or in 3 speed switch or in relay.
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September 25, 2013
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First I'd unscrew all of the blades then try turning the fan on and see if it spins correctly. If so I'd retry installing the fan blades correctly as it sounds like they had the shipping grommets still on the fan motor to keep motor in a fixed position.
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August 6, 2013
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1.YOU MAY HAVE FORGOTTEN TO TAKE OUT ONE OF THEN RUBBER PACKING MOUNTS.
2.THE SCREWS THAT SECURE THE MOTOR HUB MAY NOT BE TIGHTENED.
3. LOOK ON PAGE 13 OF THE OWNERS MANUAL.
4. IF YOU STILL HAVE PROBLEMS, CALL THE FACTORY HOT LINE1-877-902-5588
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It's probably the motor going bad or it could be the switch that turns the fan on inside the fan itself
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is this a plug in or does it need to be hard wired?

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July 12, 2016
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It needs to be hardwired.
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May 31, 2016
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This fan needs to be wired.
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May 28, 2016
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This is hard wired.
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May 28, 2016
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This, as well as every ceiling fan sold at The Home Depot, needs to be hard wired in a fan-rated junction box to be safe and code compliant.
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If it is the motor, shouldn't the lifetime warranty equal replacement for free?

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August 5, 2013
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warranties are typically pro-rated over time.
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Yes
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It depends on the written warranty for your fan. They might replace the motor only if deemed cheaper.
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It should ,but a lot of warranties are different there could be a leeser time on the motor . I guess it matters how old the fan is also
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Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 165 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by World's Worst Design I'm not a novice to fan installation, I've installed nine in the past two years. A more unfriendly design I cannot imagine. You have to install the blades before installing the light kit. The light kit is attached by 3 tiny 1/4" long screws that require a long screwdriver to reach because the light kit's housing extends 3 inches from where the screw-holes line up with the fan. Big problem, the screws were not magnetic thus wouldn't stick to the end of my screwdriver AND I needed my other hand to hold up the light kit to align the housing to the fan! I finally had to use hot-melt glue to hold the screws to my screw driver. I finish the installation. I turn it on; it wobbles. The manual says that if the blades each measure from the ceiling with more than a 1/8" deviation from each other that you are to call the manufacturer for a new set of blade-brackets. Mine were deviated as much as 1/2". So I called and ordered a new set. Time to install them - aw dang, I have to remove the light kit before I can disassemble the fan blades. Then, of course I have to hot-melt glue the screws again to reassemble. What a pain. I finally reassemble and just like the others, the new brackets and blades are deviated, this time by as much as 3/8" from the ceiling. The wobble is as bad as ever. I have NEVER spent so much time trying to get a fan up and running. Horrible engineering. Terrible manufacture. I will never buy this fan again. July 28, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Patio Breeze Home Depot asked for a review only weeks after I bought the fan so it is difficult to assess quality. So many reviews these days seem to cite failure after a short period of operation. I have installed 5 ceiling fans in this house and I will tell you that this one seemed the nicest. There is a ring that snugs up against the ceiling that gives a much more professional appearance. The wiring also seems to be better as the connectors seem to be higher quality. Time will tell but all indicators are that this will be a good investment... March 22, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very pleased. I purchased this fan for my back patio, and was very pleased with the quality of construction, the overall look, and the relative ease of installation. August 23, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by great fan for outdoors I have had the same fan outside on the porch near brackish water for over 2 years, I added more space and so I added another fan. Great product August 30, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Nice outdoor fan This was my first ceiling fan installation, and it went pretty well. This fan went in place of a porch ceiling light that was controlled by a single wall switch, so a remote was purchased at the same time. Also, since the porch's light fixture had a weaker plastic box, I replaced it w/ a braced steel box (made for retro fitting). As another reviewer(s) said, installing the 3 little phillips head screws that hold the light kit up onto the fan wasn't fun, as one hand is needed to hold the light kit up and compress all the wiring up into the housing while aligning the 3 radial screw holes. The other hand is needed to start the screws w/ your driver. Unless your driver tip is magnetized, use tape to hold the little phillips screws onto the driver tip. I flipped the wall switch to "On", pushed the remote, and everything worked. But it didn't push much air. Found it was turning CCW which is upflow, so I found the direction switch on the side (covered by a rubber boot), moved it to CW (downdraft), and got a nice cooling breeze. I also installed LED bulbs in place of the CFLs due to winter weather performance. Also, it's nice having a dimmer (w/ the remote) to tone down the two 820 lumin bulbs. If there's a knock against the finished product, it's at the opening between the ceiling bell and the drop tube. You can see the wiring inside, so it's a great place for wasp nests. It should have a rubber boot over it. I just stuffed it w/ fiberglass insulation. August 17, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great fan for the price Happy with this fan. For about $100 you get a very quiet product. Installed it myself, but somewhat difficult to assemble due to very small screws. I finally used tape to hold them on the screwdriver. Oh, it does have plastic blades, but you can't tell when you sit under it. July 26, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Defective I purchased this product at Paramus/Hackensack Home Depot location in a new sealed box but when I installed it at my house following all the steps exactly as per the installation instructions the light wouldn't work and I ended up bypassing the light switch/pulling chain and did it directly to the electric supply wire. It works but I have to plug and unplug it from the outlet every time I need to turn it on, since the chain switch feature didn't work. Not sure why this happened. July 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Outdoor fans We purchased 3 for our lanai they look great And they were reasonably priced August 6, 2016
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