ceiling. Tuesday , June 13th , 2017 - 13:39:45 PM
First you must decide where your fan will be installed. Most of the time, ceiling fans are placed in the center of the room. This should allow a smooth flow of air throughout all the corners of the room. Sometimes, larger rooms require two ceiling fans.
The first thing that you need to check for, is a faulty installation. Note that in most cases, the cause behind the incessant creaky sound is nothing but the fact that the ceiling fan has not been properly installed. Check if there are gaps between the base of the fan and the ceiling, or if the fan is hanging loose. Also, check if the wiring of the motor is installed correctly, if there are possible loose connections between the rod and the body of the fan, or whether all the screws are tightly fastened. If you find that the fan is not stable enough, then refer to the manual for instructions on installing a ceiling fan and then reinstall the fan. An effective way to find out whether the root cause of the problem is a faulty installation, is to remove the blades of the fan and check if the noise still persists. A fan with faulty installation will be creaky with or without the blades. Remember that if the installation is faulty, it needs to be corrected immediately, to avoid the danger of the fan coming off. You might need the help of a professional at this stage. However, if you don't find any fault with the installation, then you need to inspect other parts of the fan to figure out the problem.
Pull Chain Control: Fans of this variety have a metal or a cloth cord which when pulled cycles the fan through the operational speeds stopping it at the end.
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