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Where to Buy Harbor Breeze Ceiling Fan Parts?

There are numerous places online where you can go to if you’re looking for harbor breeze ceiling fan parts. You can find out here.

But before you start your search for these parts, you should stop for a moment and ask yourself a question. In order to begin your search for the replacement part, you need to know what part you need to fix your Harbor Breeze Ceiling Fans. Do you know what part is not working in your Harbor Breeze Ceiling Fan?

Harbor Breeze Ceiling Fan Parts

It may seem like a silly question, but there is specific information which you should have. This information will allow you to expedite the search for replacement parts. The information that you need is the make and model of your ceiling fan.

For instance, if your fan is still in the warranty period or a service plan associated with it, then you should consider taking it in for servicing first. It’s great if you do have a warranty. Of course, in this article, we are assuming that you don’t.

If you’re not sure, think how long ago the fan was purchased, and then check the manual or on the box as to how long the warranty lasts for. Lowes and Amazon among other options are most popular ones having Harbor Breeze ceiling fan parts.

If you can’t get it repaired under warranty or service plan and/or cannot find the parts online then please consider contacting Harbor Breeze directly and they will send you the replacement parts as you need them.

In order to identify the part(s) that you might need a replacement for, follow this guide:

Common Problems With Ceiling Fans Parts

If the problem with your ceiling fan is a simple one, it is probably worth fixing it yourself. It will save you some money for the part which will cost you to get an electrician to look at it and possibly the cost of a new fan.

But it is sometimes not very intuitive to perform repairs on fans yourself. So, if the problem is electrical or internal, it is probably best to have an electrician who will come handy to perform this work.

  • Power issue regarding the fan

If the power to the switch is turned on but the fan does not turn on, the problem is something with the fan itself. Next, check if the lights on the fan, work. If the lights work but the fan does not work it could be the reversing switch. Check the reversing switch and make sure it is not between settings or fully one way or the other. Another possible problem is the pull chain switches.

  • Loose wire

Again, if power is making it to the fan but it does not turn on, it could also be a loose wire in the fan housing. These are the steps you can follow to check for loose wiring in your ceiling fan:

  1. You may need help holding the fan up as you check the wiring.
  2. Turn the breaker off so electricity isn’t going through the wires as you work on it.
  3. Loosen the screws in the fan housing and slowly lower the fan. Make sure nothing is hot with a tester.
  4. Check all of the connections between the fan wires and the wires in the box and make sure the nuts are tightened well.
  5. There might be connections within the fan housing, check these as well.
  6. Finally, check the connections at the pull chain if you have one and reassemble the fan.
  7. Turn the power back on and test the fan again.
  8. If you still don’t have the power it may be a problem with the box and power may still not be reaching the fan itself. Once again, turn off the power and switch the breaker off.
  9. Take the fan down completely and disconnect all of the connections to the box. Once the fan is down, turn the power back on and turn the switch to the fan on. Use a non-contact tester to see if electricity is making it to the box.
  10. If the power is making it to the box, then the problem is with the fan. If the power isn’t making it to the fan then the problem is with a connection between the switch to the box.
  • Fan Wobbling

If your fan is wobbling, it can be noisy and loosen the wires and other electrical elements within the fan, therefore, causing issues. If your fan is wobbling take the following steps:

  1.  First, make sure everything is tight on the fan housing.
  2.  If the problem persists, look at the fan blades and fan brackets to see if anything is warped or bent. If any of them aren’t right, you can try bending them if they bend to fix the issue or buying a replacement part.
  3.  One common way to fix the wobbling is to put weights on the backs of the blades, one by one to balance the fan-out; this will stop the wobbling.
  4.  If your fan is noisy it is often the motor, which is very common for aged fans. In a lot of cases, the best option is to replace the fan if you cannot stand the noise. Installing a dimmer switch for your fan can increase its life by allowing you to maintain a proper amount of power to the fan. If there is a rattling in the fan check to make sure everything is properly tightened.
  • Ceiling fan pull chain

If you are having issues with your pull chain or it is stuck on one speed but is supposed to have several different speeds, you can replace the switch:

  1. Purchase a replacement. We recommend this 3-speed universal replacement switch.
  2. Turn the power off to the fan and the breaker.
  3. Take the housing off.
  4. Splice the wires going to the switch and loosen the retaining nut for the switch.
  5. Use wire nuts to splice the wires that you spliced back together. 
  6. Put the new switch into the housing

Now, for the places you can visit to buy the required replacement parts are listed below:

They have most of the replacement parts that you might need. The list including but not limited to is given below:

  1. Harbor Breeze fan Blades and arms
  2. Remote of Harbor Breeze
  3. Fan Down rods or couplers
  4. Harbor Breeze fan globes and shades
  5. Harbor Breeze light kits
  6. Pull chains
  7. Harbor Breeze Capacitors
  8. Mounting hardware
  9. Ceiling Fan Wire extension Cord
  • You can go to Lowes.com also for Harbor Breeze ceiling fan parts. They have a wide range of replacement parts for Harbor Breeze Ceiling Fans.

This is one of the most frequently online stores where people go to if they are looking for Harbor Breeze ceiling fan parts. It has a huge collection of replacements parts for this company’s ceiling fans and is easily searchable on their website.

The items that are available on their website are listed below:

  1. Ceiling Fan Balancing Kits
  2. Ceiling Fan Blade Arms
  3. Ceiling Fan Blades
  4. Ceiling Fan Capacitors
  5. Ceiling Fan Downrod Couplers
  6. Ceiling Fan Downrods
  7. Ceiling Fan Light Kits
  8. Ceiling Fan Mounting Hardware
  9. Ceiling Fan Remote Controls
  10. Ceiling Fan Switches
  11. Ceiling Fan Yoke Covers & Scroll Kits
  • You can also visit Amazon.com for Harbor Breeze ceiling fan parts. They have parts such as:
  1. Pull chain cord switch
  2. Universal Ceiling Fan Remote
  3. Harbor Breeze Ceiling Fan Blades
  4. Harbor Breeze Ceiling Fan Capacitor
  5. Harbor Breeze Ceiling Fan Hanging ceiling fan mounting kit
  6. Harbor Breeze Ceiling Fan Pull chain connector
  7. Harbor Breeze Ceiling Fan Replacement Glass bowl
  8. Harbor Breeze Ceiling Fan Wire Plus HQRP Coaster

The best thing about buying from this website is that most of these items have over a year warranty so if that part malfunctions again, you can simply give them a call and get it fixed or replaced, whatever your warranty covers.

  • You can find Harbor Breeze ceiling fan parts on Ebay.com as well. They also have a lot of replacement parts available for the ceiling fan. 

Just follow the guide mentioned above in this post and if you can find what is wrong with your ceiling fan then you can visit any of those websites to look for Harbor Breeze ceiling fan parts.

These websites are 24/7 available to take your orders and deliver these parts to your work or home location. The items are also sometimes on offer so you might even get a discount on those items.

Availability of all these online options for the customers makes it extremely easy and hassle-free to buy any of the Harbor Breeze ceiling fan parts.

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21 Comments

  1. Bob crutchfield

    I need a replacement frosted glass globe for my harbor breeze fan 6 1/2” wide where it screws into fixture 3 1/2” deep. Where do I get it?

  2. David Desmond

    I have a Harbor Breeze fan that uses metal rings to hold the glass globes to the fixture. One of the rings broke and I can not reinstall the globe around the candelabra bulb. Lowes carries the replacement sockets, but not the ring needed to attach the globe. Can you help!

    • Alex

      Hey David, Thanks for dropping your comment!!

      Unfortunately, I didn’t find the ring to attach the globe on Amazon.

  3. Jason

    I need a replacement blade arm for a 0593747 Pawtucket oil rub bronze

    • Alex

      Hi,

      You can call the Harbor Breeze support team – (800) 643-0067

      I hope it helps.

  4. Ashley Badois

    Our globe randomly fell to the ground shattering when we were in another room. Measuring the opening it’s about 7.5in. Where can I find a replacement globe that doesn’t look super cheap?

  5. Daniel

    I need a replacement remote for my Breezemore BRM56. Universal remote from Lowes and Home Depot do not work for this fan.

  6. Rocky

    I have a Saratoga ceiling fan how do I change the direction

  7. Carlos

    Hello
    I just bought two Newbren 52 inch with LED from Lowe’s. Unfortunately one of the fans LED lights are not working. How do I replace them?

  8. Ken

    I have a harbor breeze grace bay fan. I didn’t want to use the light, there is not a cover for the switch housing, where can I get one tried Lowe’s no luck

  9. Need to replace glass globe for Harbor Breeze Model#EC-WNWZ, Item number #0384193. Has 2 holes at bottom of globe.

  10. Ken Collins

    I need the Light Kit , 0726317-K (Part #0833274-K) and Glass Globe, 0726317-P (Part #0833274-P).

  11. Anna

    I need blades replacement for my doble outdoor fan. Do you sell them?

    • Alex

      Hi Anna,

      Unfortunately, I didn’t found anything related to your query.

      Thanks!!

  12. Shawn

    I need the cap that should’ve came with the fan for when you’re not using a light kit. I’ve tried returning the fan to Lowe’s but was told I had to contact the manufacturer via the number in the paperwork but nobody ever answers the phone nor emails I just need a black cap to cover the wiring on the bottom of the fan. I’ve gotten to the point where I’d like to throw it in a dumpster

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