Harbor Breeze Ceiling Fans

CeilingfansHQ is the leading source for information for Harbor Breeze ceiling fans.

User Manuals

We offer over 75 Harbor Breeze ceiling fan user manuals for you to view online. Currently the largest collection on the web.

Replacement Parts

Need a new capacitor, globe, or blades? Check to see what parts are available and where you can buy them.

Remotes

Remotes are a necessity in most installations. They're easy to replace or add a new one with a direct replacement or universal option.

What Are Harbor Breeze Ceiling Fans?

Harbor Breeze ceiling fans are an produced in China for Lowe’s. These fans can also be found on Amazon. These ceiling fans provide great value for homeowners in most situations.

CeilingfansHQ has become a leading resource for consumers who need assistance with their ceiling fan. We have over 75 Harbor Breeze user manuals ready to view online. As well as troubleshooting guides, remotes, parts, and more. 

If you have any questions about your Harbor Breeze ceiling fan or you have any questions that our site cannot answer about the products, please contact customer support at 1-800-643-0067.

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Most Popular Harbor Breeze Ceiling Fan

Mazon

Features:

  • 44" or 54" available
  • Integrated opal light kit with 18 watt LED bulb
  • 3-way variable speed
  • Remote and wall cradle included
  • Reversible
  • 4,545 CFM (44 inch)
  • Energy Star Certified

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Need to Add or Replace a Remote?

One of the things that make Harbor Breeze ceiling fans so great is that they often come with remotes that have a 40-ft range and look extremely elegant. You can turn your fan on from a different room with one of these!  If the remote for your ceiling fan has broken or if you don’t have one at all but want one, there are several for you to choose from, so pick your Harbor Breeze ceiling fan remotes and get clicking:

Want to control your fan from your phone or tablet? Read more on how to turn your ceiling fan into a smart one.

Brand New Harbor Breeze CHQ7030T Ceiling Fan & Light Wireless Remote Control
Universal Thermostatic Ceiling Fan and Light Remote Control Conversion Kit
Eogifee 35T Ceiling Fan Remote Control Replacement of Harbor Breeze KUJCE9603, FAN-35T
Product Name
Brand New Harbor Breeze CHQ7030T Ceiling Fan & Light Wireless Remote Control
Universal Thermostatic Ceiling Fan and Light Remote Control Conversion Kit
Eogifee 35T Ceiling Fan Remote Control Replacement of Harbor Breeze KUJCE9603, FAN-35T
Universal
Dip Switches
4
4
4
Receiver included
Notes:
Please note this will not work in place of Harbor Breeze Remote CF125T which looks very similar to this remote.
True universal remote for any fan. Includes receiver that must be installed
Compatible with FAN30R, FAN-30R receiver, 00856 MAZON CEILING FAN, 00857 MAZON CEILING FAN and more.
Prime Eligible
Brand New Harbor Breeze CHQ7030T Ceiling Fan & Light Wireless Remote Control
Product Name
Brand New Harbor Breeze CHQ7030T Ceiling Fan & Light Wireless Remote Control
Universal
Dip Switches
4
Receiver included
Notes:
Please note this will not work in place of Harbor Breeze Remote CF125T which looks very similar to this remote.
Prime Eligible
Universal Thermostatic Ceiling Fan and Light Remote Control Conversion Kit
Product Name
Universal Thermostatic Ceiling Fan and Light Remote Control Conversion Kit
Universal
Dip Switches
4
Receiver included
Notes:
True universal remote for any fan. Includes receiver that must be installed
Prime Eligible
Eogifee 35T Ceiling Fan Remote Control Replacement of Harbor Breeze KUJCE9603, FAN-35T
Product Name
Eogifee 35T Ceiling Fan Remote Control Replacement of Harbor Breeze KUJCE9603, FAN-35T
Universal
Dip Switches
4
Receiver included
Notes:
Compatible with FAN30R, FAN-30R receiver, 00856 MAZON CEILING FAN, 00857 MAZON CEILING FAN and more.
Prime Eligible

These Harbor Breeze ceiling fan remotes will make your life easier and give you one more remote to routinely loose and find. Bring your fan into the 21st century with these remotes that let you control your fan with 3 different speed settings and light dimmer. On top of all of that, they are super easy to install and rarely need new batteries.

Installing these are a breeze

Harbor Breeze remotes take a little bit of know-how to install, but it can be done in minutes with relative ease. If you want to know how to install a fan remote just click on one of the above Harbor Breeze remotes and locate the installation guide. This guide explains the process in depth.

Programming your remote

Harbor Breeze Parts and Troubleshooting

It’s really annoying when your Harbor Breeze ceiling fan breaks and needs replacement parts. Follow this guide on Harbor Breeze ceiling fan parts for information regarding repair and maintenance of your Harbor Breeze fan. When your fan breaks there are a few questions you need to ask yourself:ceiling-fan-parts

  1. Do you have a warranty or service plan? If your fan is still under warranty or you have a service plan you can just take it into or send it to the place you bought it from and they should fix it or send you a new fan.
  2. Can you get the part you need? The following parts can be bought at Lowe’s or Amazon:

If you can’t get it repaired under warranty or service plan and can’t find the part online, please contact Harbor Breeze directly and they will send you the replacement parts as you need them. You can find the list of Harbor Breeze manuals here if needed.

Some of the most common issues with ceiling fans:

If the problem with your ceiling fan is a simple one, it’s definitely worth fixing yourself. It will save you the $50 it will cost you to get an electrician to look at it and possible the cost of a new fan. But it is somewhat difficult to perform repairs on fans, so if the problem is electrical or internal it is best to have someone who is qualified perform the work.

If there is power to the switch but the fan won’t turn on, the problem is something with the fan itself. Next check if the lights on the fan work. If the lights work but the fan does not work it may be the reversing switch. Check the switch and make sure it is not between settings and fully one way or the other. Another possible problem are the pull chain switches. Read the section below, “Pull Chain Issues”, for more on this.

Loose wire

Again, if power is making it to the fan but it won’t turn on, it could be a loose wire in the fan housing. Here’s how you check for loose wiring in your ceiling fan:

  1. You may need help holding the fan up as you check the wiring.
  2. Turn the breaker off so electricity isn’t going though the wires as you work on it.
  3. Loosen the screws in the fan housing and slowly lower the fan. Make sure nothing is hot with a tester.
  4. Check all of the connections between the fan wires and the wires in the box and make sure the nuts are tightened well.
  5. There might be connections within the fan housing, check these as well.
  6. Finally, check the connections at the pull chain if you have one and reassemble the fan.
  7. Turn the power back on and test the fan again.

If you still don’t have power it may be a problem with the box and power may still not be reaching the fan itself. Once again turn off the power and switch the breaker off. Take the fan down completely and disconnect all of the connections to the box. Once the fan is down, turn the power back on and turn the switch to the fan on. Use a non-contact tester to see if electricity is making it to the box. If the power is making it to the box then the problem is with the fan. If the power isn’t making it to the fan then the problem is with a connection between the switch to the box.

If your fan is wobbling is can be noisy and loosen things within the fan causing issues. If your fan is wobbling take the following steps:

  1. First make sure everything is tight on the fan housing.
  2. If the problem persists look at the fan blades and fan brackets to see if anything is warped or bent. If any of them aren’t right you can try bending them if they bend to fix the issue or buying a replacement part.
  3. One common way to fix the wobbling is to put weights on the backs of the blades one by one to balance the fan out; this will stop the wobbling.

If your fan is noisy it is often the motor, which is very common for aged fans. In a lot of cases, the best option is to replace the fan if you cannot stand the noise. Installing a dimmer switch for your fan can increase its life by allowing you to maintain a proper amount of power to the fan. If there is a rattling in the fan check to make sure everything is properly tightened.

If you are having an issue with your pull chain or it is stuck on one speed but is supposed to have several you can replace the switch:

  1. Purchase a replacement. We recommend this 3-speed universal replacement switch.
  2. Turn the power off to the fan and the breaker.
  3. Take the the housing off.
  4. Splice the wires going to the switch and loosen the retaining nut for the switch.
  5. Use wire nuts to splice the wires that you spliced back together.
  6. Put the new switch into the housing

If this doesn’t work, you may want to consult an expert or get a new fan if the issue is too much to deal with (parts and labor may be more expensive than a new fan).