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With its classic, uncomplicated style, this sophisticated brushed pewter beaded chain with connector goes well with most decors. Its brushed pewter connector, fixed to the end of a 3-foot beaded chain, can be used to form a chain loop handle or to add an additional chain to extend the length. This m… read more →
Westinghouse Comet ceiling fan in matte black has a sleek, casual style. This versatile design is ideal for any large room from bedrooms to playrooms. Product reference number 78016.
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The hunter 53091 builder collection 52" indoor ceiling fan (with fan & light pull chain control and light) in new bronze uses incandescent light output and brings traditional style. This fan includes five reversible Brazilian cherry/stained oak blades (same color, different grain pattern) and the ha… read more →
100% compatibility guaranteed. The Anderic FAN35T is a replacement remote for your Harbor Breeze ceiling fans and others. This remote has the "DIP Switches" and will do LEARN only with the FAN30R receiver. Pairing notes: Because his remote has the dip switches and a "learn" button. You do not have t… read more →
Specifications Collection Name: Mazon Fan Diameter (Inches): 44 Downrod Length (Inches): 0 Number of Blades: 3 Reversible Blades: No Blade Finish: Silver Light Kit: Included Number of Bulbs Required: 0 Number of Lights: 1 Light Bulb Base Type: No base Recommended Light Bulb Shape: N/A Maximum Bulb W… read more →
Install a light switch to your ceiling fan with this Westinghouse Fan Light Switch with Polished Brass Pull Chain. A cost-effective alternative to buying a new fan, this unit features two wires to control lighting options and a brass beaded pull chain for easy manual operation. An additional white p… read more →
Note: The receiver size is 4.5in*2in*1in, please make sure there is enough space for receiver in the canopy of your fan.If it's too big, you can remove the receiver's case.
Fnado Ceiling Fan Remote Control - Enjoy Smart life Anywhere and Anytime
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