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Homeowners can safely replace ceiling fan parts safely on their own with the correct parts. The biggest precaution that must be taken is to make sure that the fan does not have live power prior to replacement. More »

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Ceiling fan replacement parts are available from eReplacementParts.com, The Home Depot, Menards and Lumens. Compatibility information for each part is available from EReplacementParts.com, which lists the make and model ... More »

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There are many different places you can shop for parts for ceiling fans, such as Lowe's, Home Depot and Ace Hardware. Each of these stores carries a large selection of parts, and it's advisable to check their online site... More »

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