The Harbor Breeze Mayfield Ceiling Fan Manual is available here. We list the PDFs in their entirety, allowing you to download the manual and keep it for reference purposes. The reason we do this is we realize that many site visitors will be looking to download the manual, potentially even print it. This way you don’t need to keep a lot of cumbersome links on hand trying to forage for information later on. We work hard to keep our links up to date, but if you do find a broken link to a manual and it’s not working, please use the comment section or contact us to let us know. We’ll do our best to find that dead link and get it updated so it’s working again.
An additional thing of note, we are not the manufacturer of Harbor Breeze ceiling fans. If you’re having a problem and need help, we’re happy to help you – but please keep the conversation respectful, or we won’t assist. We often find that site visitors are upset or unhappy about a problem with a Harbor Breeze fan. We can understand that, but keep in mind we’re here to help you!
How to Print the Harbor Breeze Mayfield Ceiling Fan Manual
Once you download the manual you also have the ability to print the manual. If you are printing the manual for the Harbor Breeze Mayfield Ceiling Fan, you may want to omit the sections that are in other languages. In the Mayfield ceiling fan manual, Spanish language instructions start around page 20. This way you can save on some ink. Also, the first few pages contain the table of contents, but also things like package contents and warnings. Warnings include important notes like how the ceiling fan is designed to accept only one 12-gauge house wire and two lead wires. You should not bend the blade arms when installing them, or at any other point. The manual will also give you the relative estimated assembly time, 2 hours.
The Harbor Breeze Mayfield ceiling fan manual has instructions to install the ceiling fan, including initial installation instructions, wiring assistance and diagrams, wiring colors, and final installation. If you’re following the manual, we’re sure you’ll be successful!
There is a variety of different models available in relation to Harbor Breeze Ceiling Fans. This is a step by step guide that will explain how to connect a Harbor Breeze fan and light to two switches, however because these instructions are mostly generic, the same steps can apply to many other ceiling fans.
If requiring only one switch for the fan and one for the light:
Neutral: white wire. The light and fan both will have a white wire for neutral – this is common
Red: Positive for light and fan – one red wire for each one – Hot
Bare wire: Ground
Start by testing power at breaker – ensure there is no power – use a non-contact voltage tester if at all possible. Be aware of possible electrical shock, so non-contact is best
Find all of the green grounding wires, or bare, and connect them together
Look for white wire from ceiling – connect it to the remote receiver module – white wire, inside of the fan
Black wire – connect from ceiling to the remote receiver module inside of the fan – black wire
Blue wire – connect it from the output side of the remote receiver system, inside the fan to the blue wire inside of there
Red wire – connecting from the output side of the fan’s receiver module –
Like many parts for Harbor Breeze Ceiling Fans, finding an end cap can be challenging. When looking around on Google there are many websites that you will find. All of them say they have end caps available, but looking closer none of them do. Even looking at Home Depot or Lowe’s, it appears that very few end caps for Harbor Breeze fans seem to be available.
Hey, we’re just providing the information and knowledge here after taking a look around, just like you. Due to the fact that it’s difficult to even find these end caps from first party retailers, that means that most third party websites you find from Googling aren’t going to be able to offer the end caps either. In most situations, you’ll likely have to buy the end caps used rather then buying a brand new ceiling fan. Of course, we encourage you to reach out to the manufacturer directly using the available phone numbers we’ve been able to provide here.
The only place we’ve been able to find or procure end caps from is Ebay. Again, just being honest here. Even if you find some replacement end caps, chances are you may not be able to find the specific one for your model. We recommend the following course of action if looking for Harbor Breeze end caps:
Call the manufacturer and ask them what end caps will be compatible with your fan. For this, you’ll need the make and model details of your fan first. If you’re not sure what that is, read our article on figuring out the make and model of fan you have.
Ask the manufacturer or any support line you can talk to, for the part numbers of end caps that are compatible with your fan
Scour the Internet for those part numbers. Try Googling for the part numbers, or searching for them on Ebay.
We haven’t had success on Amazon.com or .ca for these specific end caps. However, should that change in the future, we’ll be sure to update you!
The Harbor Breeze Bellhaven Ceiling Fan is pretty standard in that it has five reversible blades, with a three speed motor. What is appealing about the Bellhaven is that it has an attached light kit; and it has
a lovely finish. The maple and walnut blade finish is quite handsome. It looks great in a rustic decor setting, or pretty much any decor for that matter.
Light kit is complete with four lights
Fan is mounted with a downrod – no flush mounting
Meets UL safety listing requirements
52 inch diamater
Sold by: Lowes, Amazon
Alternate finish available – golden cherry / dark teak blades
Downrod options can be 6″ or 12″
The alternate finish of golden cherry and dark teak blades is certainly another handsome option as well. With the option of different finishes which are so opposite of each other, the Harbor Breeze Bellhaven Ceiling Fan certainly is a versatile offering.
The Aero has your usual features – 5 reversible blades, and the motor has three speeds. In order for the blades to be reversible, the motor allows reverse function as well. On this page we list some of the resources that are available for this fan. These resources include the manual, as well as other support resources that will get added to the page and to the site over time.
The ceiling fan manual that we provide here provides some assistance in terms of the Aero ceiling fan. The information presented within the manual include the following:
Wiring, as an example, is always one issue that requires much assistance. Generally, many of the wiring colors as it applies to ceiling fan installations is generic.
This means that a green color wire for a fan or a black color wire for a fan generally constitute the same thing, e.g black wire for ground. If you are looking for more assistance with ceiling fan wiring, we can certainly recommend useful guides like this one for providing additional assistance with ceiling fan wiring.
Below you will find the manual for this ceiling fan. The manual is always helpful, as it can contain common troubleshooting practices to try when there may be a problem with your fan. Below we have the manual for the Aero Ceiling Fan displayed in a window. You can scroll up and down in this window in order to read more information about the Aero fan. If you are having a hard time finding the information you need, feel free to post a comment here on this page and we will do our best to answer it for you in a timely fashion.
Is your fan making rubbing or grinding noises? One idea may be to oil your ceiling fan. Usually, this is not required, but there is an easy way to check to see if your fan has an oil reservoir. If it does, your fan may need oiling as regular maintenance. We’ll walk you through checking for the oil reservoir here in this article. This article will show you how to oil a harbor breeze ceiling fan.
The oil reservoir hole is generally located on top of the motor, near the downrod. If your fan does have an oil reservoir, you will see a small hole labelled oil hole. If you’re not able to find it, it likely does not exist – in this case, your fan does not need oiling. Many of the newer fans on the market today actually don’t need oiling – so checking for the oil hole is a good idea for squeaky fans that made rubbing or grinding sounds.
If your Ceiling Fan has a Oil Reservoir Hole
If you are able to find a oil hole, then use a pipe cleaner and insert it into the hole. This will help test the fan’s oil level. If the pipe cleaner comes out with oil on it, then it does not need oil. If the pipe cleaner comes out and has no oil on it, or it’s a super small amount of oil, then it needs to have oil added. The type of oil to be added is non detergent electric motor oil. This works well for fans. You can also take a look at Hunter Oil for Fans. This oil is specially formulated to be used specifically with ceiling fans.
If you’re going to find your own ceiling fan oil, take a look first to see what the manual says that came with your fan. It may point out what kind of oil should be used with the fan. If not, then what you want is non detergent motor oil. Don’t use just any oil, as certain oils can light on fire. Electric motors could cause the oil to light. Look for a 10, 15 or 20 weight oil. Avoid using 3 in 1 oil, as this also has detergents in it.
Do not use WD 40 to oil the fan, as this is not a motor oil!
Antique Ceiling Fans & Oil Reservoir Holes
Antique fans are more likely to have oil reservoir holes. This is due to the age and the function of the fan. Newer fans generally don’t require oiling as much as an older vintage or antique fan. Again, the best way to verify is to look for an oil reservoir hole. If there is a reservoir hole, use the pipe cleaner method we mentioned to verify if the fan has sufficient oil. If the oil level is completely empty, you will want to fill it as soon as possible!
The Parklake is a beautiful ceiling fan from Harbor Breeze. The light kit looks kind of like a disco ball! It’s got so much beauty and ornate sleekness, you won’t know what to say. Just look at that picture below! The Parklake is a premium fan from Harbor Breeze and you can purchase it here. It has a brushed nickel finish, and 5 blades. The 5 blades are of a chocolate finish. The fan looks so yummy you may just try to eat it. Well, maybe not – it is a little pricey, after all. The fan certainly does add shine to wherever you put it, like your living room for example. The fan includes bulbs.
This fan works for rooms up to 400 sq. ft. The fan comes with a six inch downrod, and capable of three speeds. The fan also comes with a remote control. Hey, what does it not come with – right? The fan also includes a reverse airflow setting as well, allowing you to use the fan year round Air movement aside, as we’ve mentioned this fan truly is a lovely decor piece. You may find yourself staring at the fan more than actually caring about the functionality – however the fan still provides excellent functionality as well!
Finding the manual that came with your Harbor Breeze fan can be a frustrating task. If you aren’t able to locate the actual manual that came in the box, don’t worry. It’s common for many people not to keep the manual. You might be looking for the manual for a number of reasons – like finding troubleshooting information, or the phone number to contact for support.
If you are looking for the phone number to contact for support, you can find that on our phone numbers page. If you aren’t able to find your manual by browsing online, you’ll want to record the make and model of the fan. You can find the information on the box. You can also try looking at the fan to find any part numbers that you can see. Sometimes the part numbers may be on the fan housing or base of the fan as opposed to the fan blades.
We are not responsible for the information in these manuals, however we may be able to help by providing additional sources of information for troubleshooting fans, wiring diagrams, warranty information and other.