Published at Friday, November 23rd 2018. by Erna Cameron in Ceiling Light.
This is just one of the many light kits available from Hampton Bay designed to accentuate and complement your existing ceiling fan. The light kit is very easy to install with four shatter resistant plastic shades that feature a twist lock installation, so there are no screws necessary to hold the shades in place. The light kit itself attaches to your fans, existing switch cap and easily plugged in with the 2 adapter clips the link. It includes 40 decibels, but is also compatible with incandescent bulbs or LED bulbs, and it is what listed for outdoor use before we begin we're just going to compare the parts that we have here on the table with the parts in the manual just make sure they're everything there so first we have the light kit Blake, it is pulled chain operated.
But if your fan has the remote control, it's compatible with that as well, and we have four shatter resistant shapes. You have four CFL bolts the lake. It is compatible with incandescent or LED bulbs. Last but not least, we have the pull chain extension now a couple tools that we're going to need just a Philips head, screwdriver, and a ladder. Now just a note. If your ceiling fan doesn't have molded adapter plugs and the wires coming from the ceiling fan, you can simply cut these wires and strip them to make the connections.
It's a good idea to use plastic wire nuts and electrical tape to finish those connections off now. One more note is before beginning the installation: you want to make sure that the electric is turned off at the wall switch and at the breaker box. If you don't feel comfortable working around electricity, please consult with a licensed electrician, so we're ready to begin. The light kit attaches to your fan, using the fans existing switch cap.
Before installing the light kit, you'll need to remove the switch cap from the fan. The switch cap is typically held in place using three screws around the bottom edge of the switch club. Housing uses a screwdriver to remove and save three screws holding the switch cap in place once the switch cap is removed, you'll need to remove the center plug of the switch cap.
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