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Model 21363

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Augusta 52 in. White Indoor Ceiling Fan

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The Hunter Augusta 52 in. Ceiling Fan features reversible white and bleached-oak blades with a classic design to help add a traditional look to your room. The fan is 90% pre-assembled to allow for fast and easy installation and has a 3-position mounting system so you can hang the fan in a standard, flush or angled position. The fan includes four 14-Watt CFL bulbs that provide down light from swirled marble shades.

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Hunter recommends LED lights for this model but which bulbs are actually included?

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Rainy
Oregon
November 28, 2012
Follow up to previous question about this fan's lights. LED, CFL or incandescent?
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February 18, 2014
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CFL bulbs are included in the box with your Augusta fan assy. You cannot use a light dimmer add on assy, because the standard CFLs overheat when operated with a dimming feature. There are dimmable CFLs for sale, although a bit more costly. In my opinion, if you want as dimming feature, use incandescent bulbs and do not exceed the 60 watts per bulb limits, or you will overheat the electronics in the Read More
CFL bulbs are included in the box with your Augusta fan assy. You cannot use a light dimmer add on assy, because the standard CFLs overheat when operated with a dimming feature. There are dimmable CFLs for sale, although a bit more costly. In my opinion, if you want as dimming feature, use incandescent bulbs and do not exceed the 60 watts per bulb limits, or you will overheat the electronics in the dimming assy and cause it to fail beyond repair. Read Less
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February 17, 2014
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The fan includes the CFL bulbs, which is a rarity these days.
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October 1, 2013
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CFL are supplied
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CFL bulbs are supplied in the box
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November 28, 2012
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Thank you for contacting us concerning your Hunter fan. There is a typing error on the website for this fan. It does not use LED bulbs. The fan uses 4-14 watt CFL bulbs. Please feel free to contact our Technical Support Department at 1-888-830-1326 if you would like to speak with a representative. We appreciate the opportunity to answer your question. Thank you for choosing Hunter Fan Company for your Read More
Thank you for contacting us concerning your Hunter fan. There is a typing error on the website for this fan. It does not use LED bulbs. The fan uses 4-14 watt CFL bulbs. Please feel free to contact our Technical Support Department at 1-888-830-1326 if you would like to speak with a representative. We appreciate the opportunity to answer your question. Thank you for choosing Hunter Fan Company for your home comfort needs. Read Less
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November 28, 2012
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Thank you for your interest in a Hunter Product. We do apologize for the inconvenience of the mislabeling of the fan. This mod#21363 uses 4 14watt CFL bulbs which is included with the fan at the time of purchase. Should you have any other questions or concerns we do have live representatives available to assist you at 1-888-830-1326 Monday-Friday 8am-6pm CST and Saturday 8:30am-5pm CST. Thank you for Read More
Thank you for your interest in a Hunter Product. We do apologize for the inconvenience of the mislabeling of the fan. This mod#21363 uses 4 14watt CFL bulbs which is included with the fan at the time of purchase. Should you have any other questions or concerns we do have live representatives available to assist you at 1-888-830-1326 Monday-Friday 8am-6pm CST and Saturday 8:30am-5pm CST. Thank you for choosing Hunter! Read Less
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Is it possible to get a white extension rod, given that the fan is white?

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January 23, 2013
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Honolulu, Hawaii
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February 18, 2014
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You can find white, or bronze, or black extension rods in different lengths at your Home Depot outlet.
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Fullerton, CA
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October 1, 2013
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You should be able to get an extension down rod at Home Depot in the fan department.
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January 25, 2013
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Yes, Home Depot carries multiple colors of extension rods, including white. I used 18" extension rods for three fans I installed in a condo with 10 foot ceilings. You probably don't want the fan anymore than 7 feet from the floor, so for an 8' foot ceiling I would go with a 6" rod at most (which will account for the height of the fan as well).
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January 24, 2013
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Thank you for asking. Yes, we carry white downrods in several sizes. Please follow the link below more additional details. For any other questions, please call us at HomeDepot.com Customer Service 800-430-3376.
http://www.homedepot.com/webapp/catalog/servlet/Search?storeId=10051&langId=-1&catalogId=10053&keyword=white%20downrod&Ns=None&Ntpr=1&Ntpc=1&selectedCatgry=Search+All
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What kind of lights does this really have?

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Rainy
Oregon
November 23, 2012
The product title says LED, the description says CFL, and the specification says incadescent.
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February 18, 2014
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The box contains CFL lamps.....LEDs are very costly and would not be included in the box so as to raise the overall price of the ceiling fan unit. You may substitute incandescents for the CFL if you choose...for a warmer lighting effect.
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Fullerton, CA
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October 1, 2013
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Typical lost in translation problem. The bulbs that are included are CFL.
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It comes with CFL bulbs, but other types like incadescent and LED could be used I believe, as long as you don't go over the total wattage.
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November 26, 2012
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Hunter recommends the usage of LED lighting for this model.
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Where do you provide the Info. for the number of amps in a fan?

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David
San Marcos, CA.
September 7, 2013
We purchased a Hampton Bay - Glendale Model. After the installer got it up and it was going, we were
extremely disappointed. It hardly moves enough air to make one aware that the fan is even operating
that is on the High setting. The installer said, the amps should be on the outside of the box, there was no
info. Finally after he left, I found it on the last page of the Owner's Instruction booklet. It says, it is 0.51 amps
on high, that is LOW output. I do not find the amps. listed on the Online Info. for the Hunter Augusta model. Our room is 12'.5" X 14 X 8ft. H. We want something that feels like the air is actually moving in a significant manner. Please reply with relevant info. My spouse has a lot of health problems. I do not have a lot of time
to check each Model and as with the Augusta info, I could not find any amp. info, Thank you
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When purchasing a ceiling fan, the information you need to search for is not the amp rating but the CFM (Cubic Feet per Minute) rating. This information tells you how much air the fan is capable of moving in the room. The amp rating is indirectly correlated to the CFM because the higher the CFM rating, the higher the amp usage will be at the speed setting you choose. Also, if you understand this Read More
When purchasing a ceiling fan, the information you need to search for is not the amp rating but the CFM (Cubic Feet per Minute) rating. This information tells you how much air the fan is capable of moving in the room. The amp rating is indirectly correlated to the CFM because the higher the CFM rating, the higher the amp usage will be at the speed setting you choose. Also, if you understand this statement...."You get what you pay for " ....you will understand that when you buy an inexpensive model, you will not get the performance that a more costly one gives to you. Read Less
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The electrical specifications you are looking for (which includes the current rating, or "amps" as you refer) are listed on the label on the motor housing. If your fan is already installed the only way to see that label, because it is located on the top of the housing is to get up on a ladder. Seeing as how that might be difficult to do I will not suggest you do so. I removed the label from my fan (just Read More
The electrical specifications you are looking for (which includes the current rating, or "amps" as you refer) are listed on the label on the motor housing. If your fan is already installed the only way to see that label, because it is located on the top of the housing is to get up on a ladder. Seeing as how that might be difficult to do I will not suggest you do so. I removed the label from my fan (just collects dust anyway) and stuck it to my instruction manual (always have done so, so I know what the model number is). In this case the motor is rated 1.83 amps and 220 watts. Not a lot of current but sufficient power. (watts equals power) more watts means more power which means more speed.
I think your problem is you may have the fan in reverse mode. With the air moving up, which is what you want during the winter, it will circulate the warm air stuck at the ceiling around the room.
In reverse, the air is blown downward and you should feel it at any speed! This fan moves air and it is noticable when it does. I suggest you look at the side of the motor housing where the fan blades are and locate the little slide switch. Just move it to the other position which will reverse the fan direction. Obviously the fan should be off when you do this, as the blades will hurt you when spinning!
Be careful and I hope this helps.
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Thank you for your interest in a Hunter product. The amps do not determine the airflow of fans. When considering the airflow we recommend focusing on the CFM's. In choosing a comparable fan for any room the CFM rating should be considered depending on the room size. All of Hunter Fans are designed with various air movements. The CFM’s are located on the outside of box before purchase as well as Hunter’s Read More
Thank you for your interest in a Hunter product. The amps do not determine the airflow of fans. When considering the airflow we recommend focusing on the CFM's. In choosing a comparable fan for any room the CFM rating should be considered depending on the room size. All of Hunter Fans are designed with various air movements. The CFM’s are located on the outside of box before purchase as well as Hunter’s website. The size of a room will predict how much air will flow through a room. If you have any other questions in regards to a Hunter product please contact one of our live representatives at 1-888-830-1326 Monday-Friday 8am-6pm CST or Saturday 11am-4pm CST. Thank you for choosing Hunter! Read Less
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