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Model 21095

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Westcott 52 in. New Bronze Ceiling Fan

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Light up your home in style and comfort with the Hunter Westcott 52 in. New Bronze Ceiling Fan. The fan features 5 reversible blades with dark cherry/walnut finishes so you can easily change the blade colors when your decor style changes, and the light kit includes frosted amber glass and 3 candelabra bulbs to provide beautiful illumination. The powerful WhisperWind motor offers 3 reversible speeds for comfort throughout the year.

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How do you replace the light bulbs, I bought a home with this ceiling fan and have no instruction book .

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December 5, 2013
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I believe they are the wierd bulbs with two pins, not screw in. Either way the center piece unscrews to lower the globe to access the 3 bulbs.
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April 30, 2013
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Remove the nut at the very bottom of the glass piece by turning counter clockwise. This will allow the glass piece to come off. Be careful not to drop the glass, as the nut is the only thing holding it on.
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April 28, 2013
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If possible look the manufacturer up online. Look for instruction manual on their site for your fan. If this does not work: take a picture of the ceiling fan and take it to Home Depot. The specialist will be glad to help you.
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February 13, 2013
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Please visit our website at www.hunterfan.com for a copy of the manual. Please refer to the section "Completing your install with light fixture". This section shows how to remove the glass bowl that allows access to change the bulbs. If you need further assistance please contact one our live representatives at 1-888-830-1326 Monday-Friday 8am-6pm CST or Saturday 11am-4pm CST. Thank you for choosing Read More
Please visit our website at www.hunterfan.com for a copy of the manual. Please refer to the section "Completing your install with light fixture". This section shows how to remove the glass bowl that allows access to change the bulbs. If you need further assistance please contact one 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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Is a bronze extension (2 or 3") available for Hunter fan model 21095?

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March 5, 2014
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we just bought an extension at Home Depot that matched in bronze finish; looks good
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December 5, 2013
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I am pretty sure it comes with one if you do not want flush mount.
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yes fairly easy to do as well.
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June 5, 2012
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Model 21095 comes with a 3 1/2 inch down rod included in the packaging.
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can this be flush mounted for low ceilings?

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April 28, 2013
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The fan instructions say, "Yes" .
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it is available in the box but make sure you know what you are doing before you commit.
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June 26, 2012
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doesn't look like this unit can be flush mounted. I just installed it hanging with the 4" drop pipe. Maybe you can lower your floor.
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May 8, 2012
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Hello teresa and thank you for your question.
The Hunter Westcott 52 in. Ceiling Fan can be installed in three ways (depending on ceiling height and your preference): Low Profile, Standard, or Angled Mounts.
The Low Profile Mount fits close to the ceiling and is recommended for ceilings less than 8 feet high.
Instructions for all three mounting methods can be found in the Owner’s Guide and Installation
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Hello teresa and thank you for your question.
The Hunter Westcott 52 in. Ceiling Fan can be installed in three ways (depending on ceiling height and your preference): Low Profile, Standard, or Angled Mounts.
The Low Profile Mount fits close to the ceiling and is recommended for ceilings less than 8 feet high.
Instructions for all three mounting methods can be found in the Owner’s Guide and Installation Manual (see page 3): http://www.hunterfan.com/uploadedFiles/Support/Downloads/45057.pdf.
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is it a outdoor fan

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Hello! No, this fan was designed for indoor use. Thank you!
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no
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No, the blades will warp
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 111 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Perfect fan for rustic/mission decor We have used Hunter fans nearly exclusively in all of our homes and have always been satisfied. This fan is no exception. Looks great with our rustic/mission decor and works in three speeds just fine. It is a typical quiet Hunter fan. One word of caution; the lights are not that bright and, most likely, you will need auxiliary lighting for whatever room you place this on. November 6, 2012
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by The lightning is awful. The fan is pretty. The lightning is awful. I would not purchase again. April 28, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great stylish fan I bought 3 of these fans a year ago and we love them. Assembly is a little more involved, with more components, but no big deal. All parts and screws fit well. I had no trouble hanging the fan while wiring it. Hook was sufficient. The manual was a little iffy with the adaptor ring assembly, but wasn't too difficlut to figure out with a little trial and error. The globe does not light up a room to read by, as already mentioned, however it fits the decor of the fan with excellent looking mood lighting. No harsh blarring globe. We have one fan in our semi rustic cabin and two in our mission/lodge style home and this model fan looks great. I have installed at least 10 or 12 Hunter fans in both homes over the past 15 years or so and all still work great. Buy the remote control and hide the the pull chains for an even better look. Dimming remote is really cool. The one chain you can cut short and hide above the cover and the center one, you can cut short and stuff up inside the chain shaft and jam a small piece of black foan in the hole and no one will notice. Hanging pull chains are trashy. Currently $120 online. December 5, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by This fan is very quiet and perfect for the room. I was looking for a fan to put in my study which has mission style furniture. This fan has the look I was after. It is perfect in there. July 23, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Nice Fan, Does the Job, But Very Tricky Installation! This fan was just what I was looking for, and now that it's installed I'm very happy with it. HOWEVER I unwisely disregarded other reviews that pointed out that this model is not the easiest to install. As I quickly learned, those reviewers were telling the truth. Unfortunately my first install was disastrous, necessitating the purchase of a second fan, here's why... Like most ceiling fans, the bulk and weight is in the fan motor housing which is about 20 lbs. or so on this model. In order to attach the wiring which is simple enough, the fan must hang by a hook of some sort from the ceiling mounting bracket while you carry this out. Here's the great failure in the Hunter Westcott model's design. The "hooks" are two small slightly curved tabs on the ceiling mount. You are to fit these tabs into two holes in the fan's ceiling canopy, a light weight metal piece through which the fan motor housing hangs. OK, simple enough. The problem is that the curved tabs are so short that there is hardly any room to angle the fan motor housing so that you can easily and safely attach the wiring. The installation manual which is not the clearest set of instructions (by a mile), shows illustrations of the fan housing at a right angle to the ceiling mount during this phase, which is an impossibility given the actual design. During my first install which I did alone, I slightly nudged the fan motor housing causing it to swing off the tabs and crash 8 feet to the ground, denting both it and the ceiling canopy beyond repair and leaving a gouge in the hardwood floor. I contacted Hunter via there Email support (don't waste time calling this company, you will never get through). I explained what happened, and while certainly assuming some responsibility for what occurred, I pointed out that it never would have happened if their hook system were better designed. I explained to them that in the weeks prior, I had safely and easily installed two ceiling fans by the Hampton Bay company. That manufacturer offers an excellent hook design, it's large and strong, the motor hangs well below the ceiling mount allowing easy wiring, and a very safe swing up during final closure. I had hoped Hunter would offer me a discount on replacement parts but they took the position that they had no responsibility for the accident, that complaints such as mine rarely occurred (but obviously do occur as they didn't say "never occurred"), and that they would inform their design team about the mishap. I took a week or so to think about buying another brand or model, but ultimately decided to give the Westcott another try given it's design, overall good value, and the excellent $129 online price. This time around I had my wife hold on to the motor housing while I did the wiring and it was installed successfully. If nothing else, Hunter should advise that this model be installed by two people for safety's sake. It's really too much to deal with alone. Even screwing in the ceiling canopy after the wiring is a bit difficult given the pull of the weighty fan motor; I was glad for my wife's help during that phase too. I don't know if other Hunter ceiling fans share this design flaw, but if you buy another and it matches my description please take care and play it very safe on the installation. There are additional confusing bits of instruction in their manual as others have pointed out, but ultimately with patience it can all be figured out. I chose to do a low profile install and the manual notes for this were particularly obtuse. My bottom line is if you love this fan's style go ahead and purchase it, but know that it's a tricky install and proceed accordingly. It is a very nice fan, fairly quiet, and does a fine job of cooling off my 14 x 24 foot living room at it's highest speed. It's made of good quality parts, all the finishing is quite nice with the exception of some small flaws in the grain laminate of the fan blades, but that's no a deal breaker by any means. Please note that the photo I uploaded makes the light fixture brightness look far brighter than it really is. The fixture gives off a somewhat dim amber light that's more of an accent than a primary source. If you need a fan for bright overhead lighting this is not the model to get. We'll rarely use the light so it didn't matter to us. I should also point out that the first fan purchased online was delivered with a broken glass light fixture. I brought it to my local Home Depot and it was swapped out for a new fixture without question, which I really appreciated. I normally would have purchased this fan in the store but in order to get the $50 discount I had to buy it online instead. The second fan I ordered after the first installation mishap was delivered undamaged. I certainly hope this review helps someone out there avoid what I went through, best of luck on your purchase! October 2, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great looking fan and easy to install This fan coordinated with my bed frame and it looks great in our room. It was easy to install, even in our plaster and lathe ceiling. We picked up a safety bar /electrical box too because of this. The fan is lightweight though. In the end this fan was easier to install then adding a light kit to an existing fan which we had done downstairs. The instructions were good and the fan and light are nicely put together with good quality products. Now that the fan is in place, I do not hear it when it is on but I can feel the difference it makes. It's true that the light is not bright, so if you want to read then another light might be necessary. June 17, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Beautiful but difficult to install I got this fan for under $100 shipped and have a craftsman home so it fits the style very nicely. Hunter fans are a very reputable brand and overall I am very pleased with our purchase. It is very, very quiet and wobble free. Lighting is very dim so if you are looking for task lighting this is not for you. You could probably look for a different globe? Installation was very difficult! It is a two person job!! Parts are not machined well, such as the screws. I purchased two fans and now that we have one installed--I don't know when I'll be able to talk the hubby into installing the second one after it took all evening to install the first. ;( April 24, 2013
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by I'd like to give it 5-stars.... Out of the box, this fan looked great and went up relatively quick. That was until I got to putting the blades on. There was one set of holes that simply would not accept the provided screws. Frustration does not even begin to cover how I felt. Being as far along in the project as I was, I refused to pull the whole thing down to take it back. After having to wait two days before I could find time to hit the hardware store for a tap (10-23), I was finally able to complete putting up the fan. So, while it work great and is incredibly silent, the overall experience really taxed my patience. November 11, 2014
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