Oil a Ceiling Fan?

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If you want to oil a ceiling fan, use spray WD-40. This can help it to stop squeaking. The spray can will allow you to get into the areas that you wouldn't normally be able to reach.
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1. Locate the oil hole by looking on the top of the motor near the down rod. It is usually located there, and it will usually be labeled. 2. Insert the WD-40 straw into the oil hole
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Almost all new ceiling fans have "lifetime" sealed bearings and should not require oil. The only one I know of still using oil is the Hunter Original.
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Knowing how to balance a ceiling fan can help you avoid having a wobbly, noisy fan. Nothing is more annoying or distracting than a ceiling fan that refuses to run properly and squeaks
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1. Turn off the electricity to the existing ceiling fixture at the house fuse box or circuit-breaker box. 2. Set up your ladder under the old fixture and climb it. Use your screwdriver
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How to Oil a Ceiling Fan
Oiling a ceiling fan requires you to disassemble the entire fan. Oil a ceiling fan with help from a foreman for Lighty Contractors in this free video clip.... More »
Difficulty: Moderate
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