Do you have warped ceiling fan blades on your ceiling fan?
If you’re not sure whether your blades are warped, or you need to troubleshoot blades before you’ve come to this conclusion, read our article on using a blade balancing kit to determine if your Harbor Breeze blades are warped or not. Blades can become warped over time simply due to dust buildup. You may ask really, just some dust? The answer is yes. Over time, that dust buildup eventually causes blades to come out of alignment with other blades and become warped.
If you need to replace blades due to them being warped or other, this article will help you to replace blades as necessary.
There’s a few things you will need first:
- Phillips screwdriver, or a battery powered drill works better to get the work done faster.
- Replacement ceiling fan blades
- You may need a ladder
We’ve broken down the steps in a numbered list below.
- Remove the light kit using a screwdriver or the battery powered screwdriver
- Remove the screws holding the kit to the fan
- After that, start removing the blades, by removing the screws holding the blades in place. In doing so, you will remove the blade arms that attach to the blades
- On the back side of the blades there are three screws. Remove those, and then get the new blade ready or blades.
- Put the screws back into the new blade in order to attach the blade arm to the new blades
- Ensure the screws are snug and secure
- With the fan blade or blades now put back together, re-attach them to the fan and re-attach the screws
And that’s it! Pretty easy, right?
Here’s a sweet video explaining how to replace the fan blades. The video should make this super easy!