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How to Remove a Ceiling Fan | The Home Depot

Ceiling fans are an important part of your home. They improve airflow in kitchens and help ensure a good night’s sleep in bedrooms, but it’s important to keep in mind that many ceiling fans have an estimated life of 10 years. Watch this video for steps on safely removing both a flush mounted ceiling fan and downrod ceiling fan. For more related videos, see our Lighting and Ceiling Fans playlist: https://thd.co/3fuHQEf

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Follow the steps below to remove a ceiling fan:
0:00 How to Remove a Ceiling Fan
0:23 Tools & Materials
0:29 Step 1: Shut Off Power and Prep
0:39 Step 2: Remove Light and Light Kit
0:48 Step 3: Remove Fan Blades
0:58 Step 4: Remove Downrod Fan
1:28 Step 4: Remove Flush Mount Fan
1:47 Step 5: Remove Mounting Bracket

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