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Westinghouse

Model # 7740200

Internet # 203077894

Antique Brass Replacement Fan Blade Arms (5-Pack)

$19.97 /each

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Model # 7740200

Internet # 203077894

These Westinghouse Antique Brass Replacement Fan Blade Arms help maintain your ceiling fan's optimal operation. Each arm in the 5-pack features a sophisticated antique brass finish and is compatible with most 42 in. fan blades. A - fan blade outer holes 3-1/2 in. width; B - fan blade outer hole to center hole 2-5/8 in. width; C - fan motor holes 1-1/16 in. width. Installation hardware is included for easy setup. Westinghouse is a global brand with a simple philosophy: make life easier for everyone who buys its products. The company offers ceiling fans, lighting fixtures, lighting hardware, ceiling fan accessories, and light bulbs for both consumer and commercial applications. Westinghouse products are designed for exceptional quality, reliability, and functionality. Product reference number 77402.

  • Replace worn or broken fan blade arms without replacing an entire ceiling fan unit
  • Compatible with most 42 in. ceiling fans
  • Antique brass finish adds sophisticated style to matching ceiling fans
  • Includes 5 fan blade arms and installation hardware
  • Need it installed? Choose from certified Pros to complete your job by calling 1-855-723-2266

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Dimensions
Product Depth (in.) 
Product Height (in.) 
5.5 
Product Width (in.) 
Details
Color/Finish 
Antique Brass 
Housing Color Family 
Brass 
Indoor/Outdoor 
Indoor 
Number in Package 
Product Weight (lb.) 
0.82 lb 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty 
None 

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Needing a "4 Arm" package

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I am looking for two sets of 4 arm packages to replace missing arms and blades for some Hunter Fans I am rebuilding. Do you have these?
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They sell these in packages of 5's, at least that is what I bought (item number 77402). As to whether they would fit your specific fan, you probably have to check the measurements and photos below.
There are two or three measurements of interest here: (1) the distance between the 2 screws that attach a blade to the fan rotor - about 1 and 1/2 inch; (2) the distance between the two most forward blade Read More
They sell these in packages of 5's, at least that is what I bought (item number 77402). As to whether they would fit your specific fan, you probably have to check the measurements and photos below.
There are two or three measurements of interest here: (1) the distance between the 2 screws that attach a blade to the fan rotor - about 1 and 1/2 inch; (2) the distance between the two most forward blade mount screws : 3 and 11/16 inches; (3) the distance between the center blade mount screw and those forward blade mount screws - 2 and 1/2 inches. There is also a measurement that is indicated as being important in the instructions: 2 and 1/16 inches between the sets of motor holes, which I think is intended to merely indicate how wide the smaller end of the blade arm is (how much room you need to install one on the motor rotor, but I doubt that is a real problem unless it is a tiny motor.
Of course all this does not account for angles between the three blade mount holes/screws, but the package includes instructions for what to do if not everything lines up perfectly. The blade arms are supposed to work on most 4 and 5 bladed fans.
I have to say that I got a perfect match for my 30 year old fans so I suspect all of these are standard distances for ceiling fan blade arms. Read Less
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December 9, 2014
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Please call our Consumer Division 888-417-6222
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July 29, 2014
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. Unfortunately, we do not stock this item in a four arm package. However, we do offer alternative models that may suit your needs. For any other questions, please call us at HomeDepot.com Customer Service 800-430-3376.
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Will these work on an Avion Fan

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Check the measurements:
There are two or three measurements of interest here: (1) the distance between the 2 screws that attach a blade to the fan rotor - about 1 and 1/2 inch; (2) the distance between the two most forward blade mount screws : 3 and 11/16 inches; (3) the distance between the center blade mount screw and those forward blade mount screws - 2 and 1/2 inches. There is also a measurement that
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Check the measurements:
There are two or three measurements of interest here: (1) the distance between the 2 screws that attach a blade to the fan rotor - about 1 and 1/2 inch; (2) the distance between the two most forward blade mount screws : 3 and 11/16 inches; (3) the distance between the center blade mount screw and those forward blade mount screws - 2 and 1/2 inches. There is also a measurement that is indicated as being important in the instructions: 2 and 1/16 inches between the sets of motor holes, which I think is intended to merely indicate how wide the smaller end of the blade arm is (how much room you need to install one on the motor rotor, but I doubt that is a real problem unless it is a tiny motor.
Of course all this does not account for angles between the three blade mount holes/screws, but the package includes instructions for what to do if not everything lines up perfectly. The blade arms are supposed to work on most 4 and 5 bladed fans.
I have to say that I got a perfect match for my 30 year old fans so I suspect all of these are standard distances for ceiling fan blade arms. Read Less
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June 24, 2015
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Hello, you would have to check with the manufacture of the fan to see if our part would be compatible.
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What are the distances between the holes?

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There are two or three measurements of interest here: (1) the distance between the 2 screws that attach a blade to the fan rotor - about 1 and 1/2 inch; (2) the distance between the two most forward blade mount screws : 3 and 11/16 inches; (3) the distance between the center blade mount screw and those forward blade mount screws - 2 and 1/2 inches. There is also a measurement that is indicated as being Read More
There are two or three measurements of interest here: (1) the distance between the 2 screws that attach a blade to the fan rotor - about 1 and 1/2 inch; (2) the distance between the two most forward blade mount screws : 3 and 11/16 inches; (3) the distance between the center blade mount screw and those forward blade mount screws - 2 and 1/2 inches. There is also a measurement that is indicated as being important in the instructions: 2 and 1/16 inches between the sets of motor holes, which I think is intended to merely indicate how wide the smaller end of the blade arm is (how much room you need to install one on the motor rotor, but I doubt that is a real problem unless it is a tiny motor.
Of course all this does not account for angles between the three blade mount holes/screws, but the package includes instructions for what to do if not everything lines up perfectly. The blade arms are supposed to work on most 4 and 5 bladed fans.
I have to say that I got a perfect match for my 30 year old fans so I suspect all of these are standard distances for ceiling fan blade arms. Read Less
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Hello, Here are the measurements for the spacing between the holes for the fan blade brackets that are used on a 42” ceiling fan. The distance between the top two holes center to center, the more decorative part of the bracket, is 3&1/2”, the distance center to center from one of those top holes diagonally to the center hole is 2&5/8” and the distance center to center between the two holes that attach to Read More
Hello, Here are the measurements for the spacing between the holes for the fan blade brackets that are used on a 42” ceiling fan. The distance between the top two holes center to center, the more decorative part of the bracket, is 3&1/2”, the distance center to center from one of those top holes diagonally to the center hole is 2&5/8” and the distance center to center between the two holes that attach to the motor housing is 1&1/16”. These are for a 42inch ceiling fan. Read Less
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wil this fi a model 7741500 blade

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Check the measurements:
There are two or three measurements of interest here: (1) the distance between the 2 screws that attach a blade to the fan rotor - about 1 and 1/2 inch; (2) the distance between the two most forward blade mount screws : 3 and 11/16 inches; (3) the distance between the center blade mount screw and those forward blade mount screws - 2 and 1/2 inches. There is also a measurement that
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Check the measurements:
There are two or three measurements of interest here: (1) the distance between the 2 screws that attach a blade to the fan rotor - about 1 and 1/2 inch; (2) the distance between the two most forward blade mount screws : 3 and 11/16 inches; (3) the distance between the center blade mount screw and those forward blade mount screws - 2 and 1/2 inches. There is also a measurement that is indicated as being important in the instructions: 2 and 1/16 inches between the sets of motor holes, which I think is intended to merely indicate how wide the smaller end of the blade arm is (how much room you need to install one on the motor rotor, but I doubt that is a real problem unless it is a tiny motor.
Of course all this does not account for angles between the three blade mount holes/screws, but the package includes instructions for what to do if not everything lines up perfectly. The blade arms are supposed to work on most 4 and 5 bladed fans.
I have to say that I got a perfect match for my 30 year old fans so I suspect all of these are standard distances for ceiling fan blade arms. Read Less
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Good Afternoon, yes, it will fit the 7741500.
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Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 12 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Awesome replacement Replacing the blade holder was a snap. Fan was back in operation in minutes January 19, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by antique brass replacement fan blade arms I'm sorry to say that the blade arms were not the right size and you do not carry the correct size in your store. But my local store was very happy to take the blades back. I know the fan is an older one, but I did purchase it from Home Depot. September 26, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Perfect match for my 30 year old ceiling fan ... Had to return the first package since only 4 of the 5 were intact/complete. Looked like someone had just returned the package with their broken one (half was missing) rather than buy the whole package of 5. As it turned out, I only needed one also as it was a near perfect match for the one that had broken. I now have 4 spares. Was quite surprised at how close the arms matched the old ones. The package does have directions as to what to do if the screw holes don't line up, so that was a good deal for "just in case". Mine lined up perfectly, so my job was easy. After 30 years, even that amazed me! Would be nice to be able to buy only one at a time rather than all 5 since they probably only break one at a time, anyway. The only time you need an entire package would be if it was not a good match. Happens my 30 year old fan blade adapters/arms were so close you could not tell the difference even if told one was new. Easy to install, but make sure you don't lose the little inserts that you may have where the blades screw into the motor rotor. Not sure what they are for but may cut down corrosion in outside applications or may even dampen some fan blade noise. October 20, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Worked out perfectly. This was a great replacement for the fan arm blade that broke on our ceiling fan. Not sure what caused it to break but it was 25 years old so possibly they weaken over time. Fan still worked beautifully so we didn't want to buy an entirely new fan. Now that all of the fan arm blades have been replaced, we're good to go. Very happy with our purchase. September 15, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Fan Blade arms They were the exact replacement for the one that had fractured on my ceiling fan. Perfect fit August 12, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by As expectet The fan blade arms look good and were easy to install. August 18, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Better than replacing a whole ceiling fan! I accidentally broke one fan blade arm on the ceiling fan in my kitchen. I know it sounds silly, but it really did happen! I had four blades on a five blade fan. When I turned it on, it would whirl around lopsided. It was awful. I needed to find just the blade arm but was told that would be a lost cause. I didn't want to replace the whole ceiling fan! Thank you Home Depot for helping me find the replacement arm! April 15, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Nice deal You just have to make some adjustment to the fan base in order to use this Westinghouse Arm on Hampton Bay fan. I made the adjustment and I was able to install it. Looks great and the cost is very reasonable. July 15, 2014
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