Model # 26662

Internet #204507768

Home Decorators Collection Windward IV 52 in. Indoor Matte White Ceiling Fan with Light Kit and Remote Control
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Home Decorators Collection

Windward IV 52 in. Indoor Matte White Ceiling Fan with Light Kit and Remote Control

  • Large room ceiling fan with a unique, modern look
  • Saves up to 75% more energy and moves up to 40% more airflow
  • Includes integrated light kit, remote control, and downrod
$16900 /each
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Product Overview

  • Large room ceiling fan with a unique, modern look
  • Saves up to 75% more energy and moves up to 40% more airflow
  • Includes integrated light kit, remote control, and downrod
The patented High-Efficiency Blade System of the Home Decorators Collection 52 in. Windward IV in White finish saves 75% more energy, and moves up to 40% more airflow than standard fans while allowing for ultra-quiet, wobble-free operation. This simple, yet contemporary design has an integrated light kit with frosted opal glass bowl and includes two 13-Watt GU24 bulbs. The fans 29 degree steeper blade pitch provides greater air movement, and features a three-speed reverse function for year-round comfort and savings. The thermostatic remote with LCD screen controls the temperature of your ceiling fan (high, medium, low), on or off, and its programmable feature makes it easy to cool room quickly. This Energy Star rated, Eco Option ceiling fan has less of an impact on the environment than comparable standard ceiling fans.

Product Overview

The patented High-Efficiency Blade System of the Home Decorators Collection 52 in. Windward IV in White finish saves 75% more energy, and moves up to 40% more airflow than standard fans while allowing for ultra-quiet, wobble-free operation. This simple, yet contemporary design has an integrated light kit with frosted opal glass bowl and includes two 13-Watt GU24 bulbs. The fans 29 degree steeper blade pitch provides greater air movement, and features a three-speed reverse function for year-round comfort and savings. The thermostatic remote with LCD screen controls the temperature of your ceiling fan (high, medium, low), on or off, and its programmable feature makes it easy to cool room quickly. This Energy Star rated, Eco Option ceiling fan has less of an impact on the environment than comparable standard ceiling fans.

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Specifications

Dimensions

Ceiling Fan Width (in.)
52

Details

Color Family
White
Fixture Color/Finish
Matte White
Product Style
Modern
Product Weight (lb.)
21lb
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited Life Time Warranty

Specifications

Dimensions

Ceiling Fan Width (in.)
52

Details

Color Family
White
Fixture Color/Finish
Matte White
Product Style
Modern
Product Weight (lb.)
21lb
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited Life Time Warranty

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Questions & Answers

Does this fan work from both the remote and the wall switch?

According to my husband he followed all directions but I can't believe for the cost of this beautiful fan that the wall switch will not also turn the fan off and on. It appears that if the fan is set to operate off the remote that the wall switch does not also work. Please advise if this is not the case and where in the instruction guide we can find the directions to fix it. And thanks for your help.
Asked by: Pamiam
I wired the light strictly to the wall switch and the fan through the remote box. I did not want the lighting to be remote operated.
Answered by: BrandonN
Date published: 2015-10-20

Do you have to use the light?

Is there a "blank cover" plate that comes with the fan, in the event I don't want to use the light?
Asked by: Diane
You can just not wire the light in, but if you are coming from only 1 power switch, you can wire it through the remote and it will control both features while receive power from a single switch.
Answered by: BrandonN
Date published: 2015-10-20

How does the ceiling ring come down?

I have lost the manuel and need to get the fan down to correct the wiring as the fan is not working
Asked by: Kenneth
Correction...turn the ring clockwise, not counterclockwise about 1/8 of a turn.
Answered by: Sahaja
Date published: 2015-09-20

Is the light dimmable?

Asked by: John
No they are not. On (100%) or completely off. The windward iiis the dimmable one
Answered by: Joe
Date published: 2015-11-30
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Customer Reviews

Windward IV 52 in. Matte White Ceiling Fan is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 50.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Home Decorators Collection has really lower the quality of this fan that was originally Hampton B... Home Decorators Collection has really lower the quality of this fan that was originally Hampton Bay. The fan use to have a reverse feature (for blade air movement) they removed feature! They also had two lights on them top and bottom. A great design made average! It was the best fan on the market, not now!
Date published: 2017-07-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Pretty fan but electronically unsound Sure this fan is very pretty but the receiver died after 4 month's use, which means the remote control cannot operate it and there is no way to do so manually. Having being sent a replacement receiver I told it was "self explanatory" to re-install. However, on the Windward II the receiver is buried inside the motor housing spent a lot of time trying to figure out how to do this as well as speaking to 2 electricians via customer care. Eventually I was informed that the only way to insert the receiver is to detach the entire fan from the ceiling and dismantle it. My advice...but a model where you can operate it manually and save yourself the stress of going through all this!
Date published: 2015-03-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Fan once bad part replaced I ordered this fan online and received it in a timely manner. I installed it myself and it was able to do it in one evening. Everything worked fine for ten minutes then the lights went out. Pulled it apart thinking I did something wrong but could not find any issues with installation. Started digging into the wiring between fan and lights and found a bad fuse. Went to the closest home depot and bought a replacement fuse. Took a few minutes to insert the fuse and re-attach everything to the fan and no problems since. Still not sure how I found the fuse issue, blind luck. Seems like a cheap fuse was used and that is why it blew. Fan is powerful and the light is strong, the remote has been nice to have.
Date published: 2015-05-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Horrible Product Directions did not match the product. Turns out it had a blown fuse coming out of the box. Had difficulty in finding a matching fuse. Lighting is very dim and makes the whole room look dingy. Had it not been so difficult to install I would have taken it down and gotten another one. It DOES, however, move a lot of air.
Date published: 2015-05-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great contemporary look Beautiful fan. However, reverse switch is on top, so with 12' ceilings, not likely this will be used much! Love the sleek unobvious look of this fan!
Date published: 2015-08-11
Rated 3 out of 5 by from very efficient, quiet fan As many people said, the fuse blew upon turning the light on. Also, I mounted it right on the ceiling, and couldn't get the cap up in position. It just wouldn't get high enough to align with the screw holes. I called in an electrician ($150) and he did it easily. To be fair, I also wanted to know if the electrical box would accept the torque and vibration from the fan. It was worth the money to me to know that it was OK. I replaced the fuse with one that has a higher amperage, and since we hardly ever use the light, it works fine. It is surprisingly quiet; in the low position (where we use it) there is no sound at all.
Date published: 2015-08-12
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Fan is esthetically pleasing and works well but.... The fan has very clean lines. I even like the slight angle of the blades. However, the light feature stopped working within a week after the fan was installed. When I called the warranty number I was told it was likely a fuse and they would ship a replacement. That was over a month ago and I still haven't seen it. In short, I'm not impressed...
Date published: 2015-04-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Assembly Instructions needs to be revised/corrected. Having a standard height ceiling, I followed the Close-to-Ceiling (I'll call it Flush Mount) instructions as the Standard Ceiling Mount was much too low. Unfortunately I think the instructions for this assembly needs to be revised. The instructions say to remove 3 screws securing the motor collar to the top of the fan motor housing, place a rubber gasket, put the ceiling canopy on top of it and secure it with the 3 screws that were removed. Problem is when you do this, the screws are too short. As far as I can tell, everyone who tried the Flush Mount encountered this problem so they bought longer screws or returned the fan. Rather than getting longer screws, I removed the motor collar and replaced it with the rubber gasket. I think the motor collar is needed when you do a Standard mount but isn't needed for the Flush Mount as the ceiling canopy will serve the same purpose. The instructions for the Flush Mount are number 1, 2 then 4 so I wondered what happened to step 3? Came to the conclusion that there is no Step 3 for the Flush Mount so I think the instructions should be re-labeled to "2/3" to avoid confusion. Lastly, they mark the length to cut the lead wires for the Standard Ceiling Mount but there is no marking for the Flush Mount. The most difficult part of the installation was trying align and secure the fan assembly onto the ceiling mount. I'm sure the excess wire didn't make it any easier. As a foot note, I'm going to replace the CFLs with whiter LED bulbs.
Date published: 2016-10-04
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