05:24AM | 09/26/04
Member Since: 09/25/04
4 lifetime posts
Where can I find a light kit for this fan? I purchased a Hampton Bay light kit from **********, but I cant figure out how to install it. I think this fan is "special" meaning the mounts arent standard like other fans.

Anyone know where I can get a light kit for this fan, that would actually work without major modification?

Even the fan guy at ********** couldnt figure it out.

I did read the other replies, but Lamps Plus doesnt have that part number listed that was posted.

Also, someone else said do a search on google for Delano fan, this brings back a bunch of resuls, but not for the fan everyone is talking about in this thread.

Please help :)


06:03AM | 01/06/05
Member Since: 01/05/05
1 lifetime posts
I talked to the Hampton Bay people (1-800-307-3267) and they said only one light kit fits/works - you can special order it where you purchased your fan - ask for model #03210. It's a one-light globe (I just ordered it). It cost me $51.16 before tax.


09:11PM | 02/23/13
I have the same fan and got a light kit from Minka at 800-221-7977. The other number I have for hampton bay in Norco, CA is 800-527-0998. I remember it was a bitch changing it withoiut directions but you have to turn the globe to get it to come off and if it was put on too tight like mine have fun!!!!


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