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Hampton Bay

Model 14924

Internet #203807711

Mercer 52 in. White Ceiling Fan

$169.00 /each
  • Four blades in a white finish
  • Etched opal glass light kit
  • Tri-mount installation for standard, sloped or flushmount
Fixture Color/Finish: White
  • Matte Black
  • White

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Add a contemporary look to your home with the Hampton Bay Mercer 52 in. White Ceiling Fan. This 3-speed fan features 4 blades to help move air efficiently, with quiet, wobble-free operation. The light kit offers etched opal glass and includes a halogen bulb to provide brilliant illumination. The handy remote control provides independent light and speed controls.

  • 4 white blades with 14° blade pitch for greater air movement
  • Integrated 1-light kit with etched opal glass
  • Hand held remote control with manual reverse function
  • White finish complements a variety of decor styles
  • Designed for interior use
  • Uses one 100-Watt halogen bulb, included
  • Includes one 4.5 in. downrod with 3/4 in. Dia
  • 153 mm x 15 mm motor offers superior air movement
  • Airflow 5410.56, electricity use 66.1-Watt, airflow efficiency 81.85
  • Ideal for large rooms up to 20 ft. x 20 ft. with blade sweep of 52 in.
  • Tri-mount installation for standard, sloped and flush mount ceiling applications
  • Lifetime motor warranty
  • UL listed
  • Not sure what size fan you need? check out our buying guide for helpful tips
  • Need help installing your fan? check out our project guide for helpful tips
  • 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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How do i replace the light bulb

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July 28, 2014
Fan was here when I bought the house, now I need to replace light bulb. Im not what sure what part of the fixture come off to expose the light bulb. Help please. Im pretty sure it's this mercer 52 in. white
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I had similar question. 'How to replace the light bulb' although obvious and intuitive it was more about 'how do you get the glass lens to unscrew'? It's impossible. Have used rubber gloves for a bit more traction and it will not budge. Sadly, unscrewed white ring/lens combo, and now it's just dismantled. Even if I finally get it off - is this going to be the process each time? I've had fixture for about Read More
I had similar question. 'How to replace the light bulb' although obvious and intuitive it was more about 'how do you get the glass lens to unscrew'? It's impossible. Have used rubber gloves for a bit more traction and it will not budge. Sadly, unscrewed white ring/lens combo, and now it's just dismantled. Even if I finally get it off - is this going to be the process each time? I've had fixture for about a year. Cannot imagine that they will take it back, but I cant go through this for a simple light bulb. Read Less
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January 6, 2015
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Just have to unscrew the glass globe, counterclock wise. Then you will have access to the ligt bulbs.
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August 2, 2014
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Unscrew the glass dome, unscrew the bulb, screw in the new one. No tools needed, but since the bulb is halogen, you should wear a glove or use a piece of cloth to keep finger oils from causing hot spots on the bulb, shortening bulb life.
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July 29, 2014
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The 100W halogen bulb is located under the white glass cover. The glass cover has threads that engage the housing that holds the light bulb assembly. Looking up from underneath the fan, you have to rotate the glass cover counter clockwise to remove it (righty tighty, lefty loosy). Once the glass lamp cover is removed, you can unscrew the halogen bulb and remove it. Just remember to turn off the power Read More
The 100W halogen bulb is located under the white glass cover. The glass cover has threads that engage the housing that holds the light bulb assembly. Looking up from underneath the fan, you have to rotate the glass cover counter clockwise to remove it (righty tighty, lefty loosy). Once the glass lamp cover is removed, you can unscrew the halogen bulb and remove it. Just remember to turn off the power first and to not touch the replacement bulb with your bare fingers. The lamp operates at a very high temperature and oils from your skin will damage the bulb and shorten its life. I either use a latex glove or slip my hand into a plastic bag before handling the bulb. Dispose of the old bulb by wrapping it in the packaging that comes with the new bulb. The glass cover is replaced by carefully screwing it back into the metal housing until it is snug but not overly tight or you might have trouble removing it next time. Make certain the threads are engaged and the glass cover is fully screwed into the housing before you release it. If the glass cover is stuck and does not want to turn; gently tapping it with your knuckles can help free it up. Read Less
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July 29, 2014
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Hi dave,
I'm Travis from The Home Depot. Thanks for visiting our site.
The glass globe of your light fixture will unscrew off as if the globe is the jar and the light kit's metal base is the lid of the jar.
Hold the light kit securely and grasp the globe and rotate the globe counter-clockwise to remove it.
Thank you for asking,
-Travis
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Is the "reverse" function on the remote itself or on top of ceiling fan?

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Meaning do you have to get up on a chair and flip a switch for it to go in reverse and can you just press a button on the remote itself to go in reverse?
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the reverse function is on top of the fan. It is well indicated, instruction manual and sticker on fan ie, which direction to cool or warm the room.
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December 23, 2014
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The reverse switch is located on the fan iteself, not on the remote.
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The reverse switch is on top of the fan. I need a ladder to reach it.
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The switch is on the top of the fan housing so it is necessary to be able to reach the top of the fan to activate it. The remote does not have the capability to reverse the fan (although that would certainly be a nice feature!)
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Can this be adapted to be installed more flush mount?

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Yes, the instructions are in the manual and fairly explicit.But balancing the fan is a bit more difficult
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Yes. Flush mounting hardware in included in the carton along with the instructions.
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The installation kit contains fittings for flush mounting and flush mounting instructions are provided.
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Can the halogen bulb be replaced with an incandescent bulb

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I'm not happy with the light from the fan. It is dull and never bright enough. I was thinking of replacing the halogen bulb with a 100 watt incandescent bulb. Is that possible? What would the maximum wattage be?
I do like the fan, it's operation, style and ease of function. I'd just be happier with a brighter light.
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Yes , I replaced them and even put a well functionning dimer ( just for the lights, no dimmer for the fan).
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No. The socket is specific to the halogen bult.
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We like our fan too but you cannot replace the halogen bulb with an incandescent as the bulb socket is incompatible. The supplied halogen lamp is actually much more efficient than an incandescent bulb would be. It produces more lumens per watt. It also runs at a higher temperature and internal pressurized halogen gas keeps tungsten atoms from leaving the filament and coating the inside of the glass bulb Read More
We like our fan too but you cannot replace the halogen bulb with an incandescent as the bulb socket is incompatible. The supplied halogen lamp is actually much more efficient than an incandescent bulb would be. It produces more lumens per watt. It also runs at a higher temperature and internal pressurized halogen gas keeps tungsten atoms from leaving the filament and coating the inside of the glass bulb over time like an incandescent bulb (which in time darkens the glass and reduces the light output). If you need more light in the room, it is suggested that you add additional can lights to your room ceiling since this is just meant to be an accent light and it is probably unrealistic to expect it to be the primary source of room lighting. Read Less
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Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 47 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Ceiling Fan Quiet ceiling fan. I'm using this fan in a bedroom. I'm a light sleeper and this fan is very quiet even on high speed. June 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Everyone loves it I love fans but this is beyond awesome. I wish I could have a fan in each room. July 29, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Love this Ceiling Fan My husband installed this fan and we love it--Easy to install, looks fantastic and very quiet. The dimmer and remote were the reason we purchased this fan since most fans do not have dimmer and remote options. The only con is that there is a very slight, barely noticeable warp on our fan blade holder and only notice it when it is running-minor. July 15, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Love this fan So happy with my first purchase for master bedroom that I bought a second for family room. Just what I wanted--so quiet when running, and an overhead light source. Did not rate installation as I had local electrician do -- no issues. July 12, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Modern-looking quiet fan This is a nice clean modern looking fan. Two were bought and my contractor had to change the frequency so they would turn on and off independently. The light isn't as bright as the old one that had four regular light bulbs but it's still a bright enough light for us. Fan #1 had a 3 foot extension added it that makes a clicking noise just on the highest level. I'll ask my contractor to try to fix this. Fan #2 does not make a noise at all so it must be the extension. That being said both fans are super quiet and the air flow is strong and my contractor had no issues installing it. The remote feature is nice since I didn't want any chains hanging but the remotes came in black and the fans are white. I knew this from other reviews but bought it anyways since it's not a deal breaker for me. But the company should change it to match. All in all I'm pleased with my fans. August 4, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Nice Fan so far Pretty nice looking fan for my son's room. Typical install like any other fan I've done before, no real surprises. My only complaint would be they give you a lot of extra wire that needs to be hid in the top part. Doesn't seem like much but it was a little bit of a pain to jam all that wire in there and screw the top base back on. Overall we really enjoy the fan. December 23, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Fan & Easy Installation Ordered this fan online and it was delivered very quickly. The installation was simple and straightforward. No problems of any kind. The remote works as advertised and even dims that light (dimming capability was listed as "NO" on the website). I'm extremely satisfied with this ceiling fan and the entire process. September 24, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very nice and sleek I purchased 4 of these for my optical shop in hopes they wouldn't stand out with them being white. They create a good amount of blow and it is always nice having a remote. They look modern and blend in with our white ceiling. Hampton Bay has never failed me. Great product! June 26, 2013
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