Obtaining support from Habor Breeze Customer Support

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People who are familiar with Ceiling Fans may sometimes tell you to buy from a dealer, instead of buying a house brand like Harbor Breeze. This is a recurring theme online if you read information and posts from ceiling fan enthusiasts. This is because at times, it can become downright difficult to obtain replacement parts from Harbor Breeze.

Thankfully, there is a 1-800 number that you can call for support.

Lowe’s customer support phone for Harbor Breeze: 1.800.643.0067

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We get inquiries from site visitors all the time, asking for help for the phone number for Harbor Breeze support. We have the phone number posted on this page. Did you find that this phone number helped you to find support for your Harbor Breeze fan? Post a comment and let us know.

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11 thoughts on “Obtaining support from Habor Breeze Customer Support

  1. We did recently be a light kit cap in our fan? This app is the cap that you use when you don’t want to use the light kit.

    Is it possible for us to het one for Cooperstown in a brushed nickel finish?

  2. We have several of your fans throughout our house and I love the look and the way the fans work but we have replaced the chain mechanism mutiple times in these things. Plus the one in my son’s room we can’t even put light bulbs in it anymore because the metal piece that the light bulbs go in have disappeared meaning came out when unscrewing the light bulbs. Very frustrating!

  3. I just purchased two Harbor Breeze Merrimack outdoor ceiling fans with a light kit for my patio.
    I thought two 52 inch fans would be enough, but apparently, it’s not.
    Before I replace the fans with something bigger, is there a way to increase the fan blades either by attachment or replacement in order to generate more wind?

    1. Hi Leo,

      Sorry to hear you’re having a rough time. As a third party resource, we do our best to assist when site visitors are having a difficult time obtaining support directly from Harbor Breeze. Feel free to post a comment or question as to what you’re having a problem with, and we’ll do our best to help you.

      Regards,
      site admins

      1. I purchased a Harbor Breeze Sailor Bay ceiling fan. I was under the impression that all of Harbor Breeze’s fans had the option to install the light kit. My electrician told me – after he installed the fan – it did not come with non-light kit conversion plate. Can I order something like that, or should I return the fan?

  4. I’ve been calling Harbor Breeze for one week and have left several messages. I tried 800-643-0067 and 888-434-3797. No one has called me back. I have Centreville 52″” ceiling fan and the motor continues to hum. I have tried everything to fix issue. It is so loud and annoying. Now my warranty is going to expire November 16, 2020 and I need this problem fixed asap.

  5. I purchased a Harbor Breeze ceiling fan from Lowes and installed it only to find they do not have the correct globes. I have tried calling and no one answers. They say to email and no one will email be back. The store says to bring the fan back. That is rediculous!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Just send replacement globes that work. What else is rediculous is that you cant get a hold of anyone!!!!!!

  6. I have a harbor breeze ceiling fan with a light. The lights chain is fused to a green wire which connects it to a power limiter model efu190lt. Looks to me like it should have a remote but I don’t have one ( new home owner). Someone in my neighborhood does because they turn my light on at 3:00 in the morning if I have the fan on. Sometimes the rotation of the fan will also cycle the lights through their 3 phases then off and back on. If I touch the chain I can also cycle it through. It is touch sensitive which blows my mind. I would like to install a 3 way chain switch. Any suggestions other than toss the whole thing?

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