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 Posted: Sun Nov 19th, 2017 11:49 pm
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John McComas
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This is not an antique, but who made this fan?
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 Posted: Mon Nov 20th, 2017 12:52 am
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Marce Clark
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looks like quorum maybe

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 Posted: Mon Nov 20th, 2017 01:06 am
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Zachary Yarnes
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Positive ID is Quorum Cypress

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 Posted: Mon Nov 20th, 2017 01:09 pm
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John McComas
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Well, I looked for Quorum Cypress and could not ever find one online...
I was thinking about adding a LED light kit to this, but did not know if it required non-standard hardware???
The fan came with the house, and I think a wall switch is already wired for the light.

Maybe I should just replace the whole thing and replace with a beautiful Fanimation ceiling fan?



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 Posted: Mon Nov 20th, 2017 02:31 pm
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Stan Adams
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New house needs an antique fan to make sure the ceiling is built well. Hang a good Emmy long nose up there & if the ceiling doesn't collapse you know you bought a good house!

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 Posted: Mon Nov 20th, 2017 07:05 pm
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John McComas
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Stan Adams wrote: New house needs an antique fan to make sure the ceiling is built well. Hang a good Emmy long nose up there & if the ceiling doesn't collapse you know you bought a good house!
Thanks for that timely piece of information Stan.
It's good to know that you are looking out for my best interests.


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 Posted: Mon Nov 20th, 2017 08:21 pm
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Kim Frank
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John McComas wrote:



Maybe I should just replace the whole thing and replace with a beautiful Fanimation ceiling fan?








I'm sure something can be arranged.....

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 Posted: Tue Nov 21st, 2017 12:04 am
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Zachary Yarnes
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John, it's from the late 90s. You can put any universally adaptable ceiling fan light kit on it but the argument in favor of antiques is a sound one!

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 Posted: Tue Nov 21st, 2017 01:20 am
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and the color is verde green

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 Posted: Wed Nov 29th, 2017 10:23 pm
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John McComas
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Well, I found out that the wall switch is wired for the fan lamp. 
Could someone Zachary? help me come up with a light kit??
The cover is attached by 3 threaded screws.
The cover housed the 3 spd switch, reversing switch and capacitor!
Please see photos...   (Sorry, I should have measured the diameter)
Your help is much appreciated!








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John McComas
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Do you think the bottom of the cup that holds the switches and cap comes off to extend a 1/8" lamp nipple to add
a light assembly below? ... Or would I need to fine another light kit assembly that replaces the "cup" and its components?
Thank you!

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 Posted: Sun Dec 3rd, 2017 10:40 pm
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Louis Weedman
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IT'S THE GRINCH FAN!  :hammer:




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