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Hampton Bay

Model 55295

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Windward II 54 in. Brushed Steel Ceiling Fan

$179.00 /each
  • Includes light kit with frosted white glass dome
  • Tri-mount installation
Fixture Color/Finish: Brushed Steel
  • Brushed Steel
  • White

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The Hampton Bay Windward II Brushed Steel Ceiling Fan features a stylish, frosted white dome light and a designer brushed steel finish for a true modern flair. A handy remote control allows you to operate this fan from up to 20 ft. away and includes a memory function for remembering your favorite settings. The triple capacitor speed control and powerful motor offer superior air movement and a whisper-quiet operation. Uses one 30-Watt fluorescent circline bulb (included).

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Slapping sound within

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August 23, 2016
We are experiencing a clicking/slapping noise when the fan is on high speed. It seems it comes from the motor housing. Had electrician check fan assembly twice - did not help. What could it be?
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August 23, 2016
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Below is from the Hampton Bay Website, Customer Support. They would be the best ones to help you troubleshoot the noise problem you are having.
To get help or support, you can contact the Hampton Bay Lighting Company @ 1.877.527.0313. Customer service and support is available Monday to Friday, from 8 AM until 6 PM Eastern Read More
Below is from the Hampton Bay Website, Customer Support. They would be the best ones to help you troubleshoot the noise problem you are having.
To get help or support, you can contact the Hampton Bay Lighting Company @ 1.877.527.0313. Customer service and support is available Monday to Friday, from 8 AM until 6 PM Eastern Time.
http://www.hamptonbay-ceilingfans.com/how-can-i-reach-hampton-bay-customer-service-or-support/ Read Less
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August 23, 2016
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Sorry for the issue you're having. For the 54in Windward fan make sure the pre-attached blade brackets on the motor housing are retighten. If you did readjust them and the issue still occurs. Please contact the customer service department 1-855-HD-HAMPTON (1-855-434-2678)
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August 23, 2016
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I also have this sound it comes from the ring that the fan blades slide in to the mounting point. it is only for looks the cover. the slight unbalanc or vibration and change in rpm make this ticking sound it is something with this fan I am working on trying to nail down the exact point of the problem
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How do you replace the bulb, I can't find my instruction book

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July 15, 2016
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July 17, 2016
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Thank you for your question. This fan features a twist and lock glass bowl. To replace the light bulb, simply unscrew the glass bowl and remove to allow access to the bulb. The full details can be seen in the installation guide located in the "Info & Guides" section of the product page on HomeDepot.com
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July 17, 2016
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I have a youtube video made just for this. https://youtu.be/HDwQV5ndUuw
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Hi,
Below is the link to the manual in PDF format.
http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/0d/0dfaf87b-4898-40d9-9d1e-688faaa45b09.pdf
Best of luck,
Al
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Will this play nice with my Wink hub?

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August 24, 2016
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August 24, 2016
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Thank you for your question. This fan is not Wink enabled. This fan includes a standard remote control.
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Is the hampton bay and the home decorators collection is the same company?

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June 23, 2016
I was looking the difference about the hampton bay windward ll 54 inches and the home decorators collection windward 4 52 inches. Is almost the same and the name is almost the same to.
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I bought the Home Decorators Collection Windward IV 52" fan last year. It was on an endcap, IIRC, at my local HD store. The reviews of it said that the light was very dim, and I agree 100% with that assessment. The IV has a GU24 base bulb, so there is a "hot spot" in the globe, meaning the light isn't very even, and not very bright also. The II has a CFL bulb that is a circle, and 30 watts, and throws a Read More
I bought the Home Decorators Collection Windward IV 52" fan last year. It was on an endcap, IIRC, at my local HD store. The reviews of it said that the light was very dim, and I agree 100% with that assessment. The IV has a GU24 base bulb, so there is a "hot spot" in the globe, meaning the light isn't very even, and not very bright also. The II has a CFL bulb that is a circle, and 30 watts, and throws a lot more light, and evenly about the room.
The II is 2" wider than the IV. They seem to have the same exact blades, but the II has a wider light kit (and much better), so I think that's where the extra 2" width comes from.
The II has a motor that spins at 195 rpms as opposed to the IV that spins at 170 rpms. That, with the 2" wider wing span, gives you an impressive amount more windflow at max RPM, 7500 vs. 6000.
The remote control receiver came pre-installed in the motor housing of my II. That made wiring a lot easier. In my IV, it almost seemed like it was added as an afterthought, and you wired it in, just as if you had bought the remote and receiver separate, and were adding it to an existing fan. My worry with that, is that if the remote receiver ever fails, the fan is dead. There are no manual controls on either one of the fans. I'm not sure how hard it would be to remove the remote receiver from the II.
The remote control has a "fan timer" button on the remote on the IV. To switch directions on the fan, you have to flip a switch on the fan body itself (like on most fans). On the II, the "fan timer" button was replaced with a reverse button, for use in the winter. Other than that, the remotes are pretty much identical. I haven't used the fan timer button yet, or the reverse button.
I installed these in my kids rooms when they were born. Maybe I should be using the timer....when I first got the fans, I would set the temperature when I put the kids to bed at night. As the night and the room cooled off, the fan would slow down, and then shut off. A bunch of times, when I went in to get them in the morning, the fan was off when I got them (thermostatically). That afternoon, when I would go up into their rooms, I would find the fan on, at high speed again (because I never thought about flipping the light switch off in the AM). As of now, I've learned to remember to flip the switch to off no matter what when I leave the room in the AM, and I am going to install light switches that light up when powered to help remind me.
The II was about $20 more than the IV. I would recommend the II over the IV.
IMHO, the fans were made by the same company. When I asked the kid at the register about the Home Decorators Collection Winward IV, he said he thought it might be a "one-off" fan sold by HD as a test. I don't know if there was any truth to that, because he seemed to be a seasonal cashier. I never talked to the associate in the lighting/fan aisle about it. Those guys are usually pretty knowledgeable. Read Less
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June 24, 2016
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Thank you for your question. Both brands are exclusive to The Home Depot. The Home Decorators line of products offer more refined styling, improved performance, and higher grade materials and features.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 327 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by powerfull but low light out put this fan was nice but i did not like the low light out put and the 2000k tube. so i got a 4000k tube that are hard to find. and a new ballast to over drive it a tad. works better but not as much as i like. but it helps keep the pc room temps in check with the auto fan speed. February 18, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Fan Great product!! Works better then any fan I have seen or owned. August 2, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good value, moves air like a tornado The housing was slightly bent, which created a rubbing noise when it was initially installed. We were able to bend it back into place to make it work normally. The blades make a minimal "whooshing" sound on high speed, but not too bothersome. It moves a lot of air. I am pleased that the motor housing is a heavy duty metal material. The blades are plastic, but that was fine with me. Although the light is fluorescent, it is not harsh. The remote is slightly glitchy, but we don't anticipate abusing it, so hopefully it won't cause too many issues. Installed the fan as a flush mount. November 3, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great design and sturdy fan! Thoughtful design and very stylish....superb mid-level fan packed with features. June 24, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by windward 11 fan the product was very easy to install, and also the instruction were simple. the only thing that i found is the bulb was dead on arrival. i went to home depot to exchange it but there was no stock on this item. the only way is to e-mail home depot so they can send you another bulb. the manufacture should stock home depot with this bulb since they carry the fan assembly. otherwise the fan is a good product since i had to replace the other fan which was also a windward 11 fan also, that fan lasted for over 9 years. June 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by windward 11 fan replaced windward 11 fan that went bad after 15 years. original fan gave me good service, so I replaced fan with same as before. June 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Windward II 54 in. fan installed to replace an old 44 in. single incandescent bulb fan I installed this Windward II fan to replace an old, basic, 4 blade, single incandescent bulb fan that was about 10 years old and made noise. I rated this fan excellent in every category except for ease of installation. The drawback I found with the ease of installation part was that for flush mount, you have to get the electrical box perfectly level because the fan mounting can't compensate for being out of level. If was standard mount (hanging from the small downrod that is included in the box), it would be naturally self-leveling. Since I flush mounted mine in an old-work situation, and the ceiling had been plastered over a few times, and wasn't quite level itself, I had to shim the fan mount the box slightly to make it perfectly level. I understand that there isn't much they can do about this, because it's the nature of the beast when flush mounting, but I spent 1/2 of my time during the install trying to get the old-work ceiling fan box brace to sit more level, and then when that failed, shimming the fan mount a little to get a level fan. That being said, I installed a 2015 Windward IV 52" fan last year, and the remote control receiver for that fan was a separate piece, and even though I read before installing that one, in a bunch of Home Depot reviews, that they had put the receiver in backwards, and then couldn't get the canopy cover over it, I DID THE SAME THING! lol. In this fan, the 2016 Windward II, the remote control receiver was already installed in the fan motor housing. This sped up wiring everything tremendously. You just had to connect 1 black and 1 white wire from the fan motor housing to your home wiring, and ground everything. The light kit, naturally, came with wires pre-terminated with snap together plugs, so that was as simple as plugging the wires together. As far as a review of the fan itself, naturally, the Windward II blows the old, cheapo fan out of the water. The motor is very quiet-you hear the air whooshing by from the fan blades much, much more than the motor itself. I don't see any wobble to the fan at all, but then again, with it being flush mount and bolted right to the fan box, I'm not really sure how much wobble would be seen if it was out of balance. Compared to the 52 in Winward IV I installed in an almost identical room last year, the 54" Winward II wins hands down. From the specs, the 54" winward II blows 7500 cfm of air compared to a little over 6000 cfm for the 52" one. It looks to me like the fan blades are about the same length, or close to it, but the center section, or light kit is wider, which moves the blades out more. The big difference is in the light kit. The winward IV had 2 23 watt gu-24 cfl bulbs. The light output was a little dim, and I had to use lamps in the room to augment the ceiling fan light. Other reviewers said the same thing. This Winward II fan, however, came with a 30 watt CFL circle bulb. I'm not a fan of having an odd size bulb, especially since there is only one of them (so if it burns out suddenly, you're in the dark!), but this fan throws out a lot more light, and a lot more evenly than the winward IV fan. They should retrofit this style of light kit to the Winward IV. My only wish here, of course, was that the light was an LED. With LED's light output and longevity, I think all ceiling fans should come with them. CFL's were great when they were first out, but LED's should be sending them the way of the 8 track immediately! My other worry about this fan is the remote control receiver. Since there are no manual controls for the fan, if the remote receiver fails, since it was installed in the motor housing right out of the box, it may be more difficult, or impossible to replace if it fails. And the fan will be dead in the water until you get the remote receiver replaced! Too make this fan "perfect" for my needs, I wish it had a decent LED light kit, had an access slot for the remote receiver, in case it ever needed to be replaced, it could be done easily, and be offered in 56", or more. All together, the selection of fans 56" or bigger is never very good, and if you look at the sizing recommendations for ceiling fans, most rooms could probably use a fan around 56" or so. July 7, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent fan I purchased 4 fans in white color for each room in my TH. I thought the remote control was quite convenient. You can set the temp in the room and the fan will start when over the setting point. They look stylish and won't take from your decoration. I have had them for 2 years now and no complaint. The fan also has a setting to increase temp when it is cold. The fan goes counterclockwise!!!!! June 23, 2016
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