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3.  With a screwdriver, unscrew the three screws around the sides of the base below the fan blades. You will be able to tell by looking which two only need to be loosened, because you will simply just twist the component to remove it from the screws.
This particular fan has a very heavy motor, so this is definitely my least favorite part of the removal!  Not all fans are this heavy. Congratulations!  You just removed your ceiling fan!  In Part II, I will show you how to install your new fan and show off the fan that I waited all of those months to receive.
Have you ever removed a ceiling fan yourself?  Or, does it seem like something that makes you nervous?
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Recently I purchased the Smarthome FanLinc to use with my Hampton Bay Windward II ceiling fan.
The remote receiver appears to be an integral part of the motor winding which includes direction control as well as speed. I've spent the last week, on and off, checking forums and manufacturer's websites for anything that will show me how to bypass the UC7058R and allow me to use the FanLinc to control the light and fan speeds.
Note additional capacitors in the 5uf to 6uf range are for the fan speed control in the remote module.
Yes Auto159 it works with Fanlinc, I had mine working but the speeds were too low, but thanks to your diagram it works perfectly now.I had the Cap wired into the wrong wire. As I see this is an old topic I hope the last two posters are still available to answer questions.
If you tested the motor by pushing the button on the FanLinc and the motor worked, the it's mis-wired. The is no mention in the post about the lighting wires except, "Direct wire Lights to wall light control (I pushed a new set of 16 awg wires down the support pipe for the lights)."What did you connect the FanLinc light wire to? Thanks Auto159 - This is exactly what I needed to replace my failing Hampton Bay receiver with a universal one.

The popularity of ceiling fans continues to grow as more and more homeowners discover dramatic, year-round energy savings. Installing a ceiling fan is relatively simple, especially if the space above is accessible from an attic. Just remember, electrical boxes used for ceiling lights aren’t strong enough to hold a ceiling fan. There are few fixtures that can impact the look and livability of a room as much as a ceiling fan. However—and this is very important—you can’t just hang the fan from the existing electrical box.
Make sure electricity to circuit is turned off and carefully remove the glass shade or globe from the old light fixture.
Lower the fixture and disconnect the wires by twisting off the plastic connectors from the ends of the wires.
Feed the electrical cable coming from the ceiling through the knockout hole in the pancake box. Set the box into the hole cut through the ceiling and press it tight against the underside of the joist. Hold the fan’s metal ceiling plate up to the pancake box and pull the wires through its center hole. With the fan on the floor, feed the wires coming from the motor through the center of the canopy. Using twist-on wire connectors, join the two green wires to the bare copper wire coming from the cable. Our ceiling fan actually FELL off of the ceiling a few weeks back and we attached it back up, but now it doesn’t work.
Our living room and den have lots of traditional glossy white millwork, crown molding, and trim and the walls are a sandy color.
I definitely don’t want brass or anything antique-looking, and I do like the fans with brushed nickel housings, but I dunno if I should go for darker blades to work with the furniture or lighter blades in keeping with the trim. I hope to answer your question soon.The capacitor has three wires that are soldered to the UC7058R's PCB. As you pointed out, Bnelson, I think it is the PCB that is making this an impossible task.Stusviews, you're right about fan direction being part of the setup for this particular fan. I've come to the conclusion that it was complete madness to attempt re-jig the electronics of the ceiling fan (with the remote control).
I am replacing my uc7058r with the fanlinc as well and need a little more explicit directions.
I am replacing my uc7058r with the fanlinc as well and need a little more explicit directions.Connect unswitched line (black) and neutral (white)to the FanLinc.

I would include a couple photos of my work but don't have the time to figure out this forum's archaic interface. In summer, ceiling fans create cooling breezes, which reduce the strain on air conditioners.
It can keep you cool on sultry summer days, push warm air down into the room during winter, and even serve as the room’s primary illumination if you add a light. I've attached some photos to better help understanding the wiring (now that I was able to remove the motor covers).The 4 wires coming from the UC7058R, from left side of photo to right are Pink, Red, yellow and grey (small grey wire somewhat hidden under the yellow wire). A capacitor is connected in series with the start winding to insert a phase shift, but once the motor is up to speed it becomes an auxiliary winding. Good job in documenting your work.For those of you who want to add a light, just connect White to White and Blue to Blue from the secondary side of the receiver. Here, we’ll show how to replace an old light fixture with a new ceiling fan and light, in a room with no attic above. The best news: Replacing an existing light fixture with a fan is a simple, one-day task since the wiring is already in place.
Swing the fan up into position against the medallion and secure it with the two canopy screws.
If you're using both light wires, you'll need to combine them into one connection.What do the three wires on the capacitor connect to now? I've been able to identify the two wires for the fan light, but I'm not sure what each of these other 4 wires does. Other than that, I think I've got bupkis.Any thoughts of anything else I could try?Thanks for all your posts.
In order to reverse the motor, the capacitor is applied to the "run" winding which then becomes the "start" winding. I've been able to isolate the purpose for each wire except 4 of them which go into the motor case. To complicate things, there is a capacitor (I've discharged it) (capacitor is 3-wire, 2x 4.5 micro Farad) upstream of the motor which is in the UC7058R receiver assembly.
Yet other designs will have additional capacitors wired in series with the motor as a whole to regulate speeds.

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