How to install a ceiling fan with remote control, Hunter Ceiling fan Model# 59188

This Hunter Crandon Park 52 in. Matte Black Ceiling Fan fits perfectly In my man office/cave. I’m staying with a light industrial look in black and gray . Hunter quality with a quiet motor and great air flow. It comes with a remote control. Yes remote control.

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Comments

David King says:

Can anybody tell why my remote control works only for light . When I turn on power, the Fan always move, remote can’t control to stop, make faster or slower.

michael lee says:

is it turning backwards ?

Kaseanna Duffey says:

Thank you for this video. It really helped me out with the wire connection when other videos were being vague. It is up and working beautifully.

The Channel of Random Ceiling Fans says:

Nice job! I would be interested in seeing a video of it on all 3 speeds downdraft.

busared06 says:

What was the extra wire you didn’t hook up???

Liza T says:

How do the blades reverse? Is there a switch?

d jones says:

what are the little screw on connectors called ?

Adin's Corner Of Fans And Other Things 2004 says:

Is there more How To Install A Ceiling Fan With Remote Control, Hunter 50″ Mercado Series Model 59207?

chung le says:

Thank you so much good help

clarence clay says:

your instructions, right on point for my completion. thank you for this video.

American Subs says:

Great video, keep it up

Adin's Corner Of Fans And Other Things 2004 says:

That Hunter Crandon Park Ceiling Fan is different from the Hunter Flare Ceiling Fan.

RudSkipper says:

The best video installation. Thanks !!!

Zachary Reiss says:

theres a dog right there at the end of the video

Jakob S says:

Hey, I have a light were there is 3 different fixtures all in a line. I am looking to replace them with a ceiling fan because well there is some broken off light bulbs stuck in 2 and I would like a fan. Anyways do I just twist off the two outer ones and use the existing middle wire to put the fan on?

Edward Tony says:

Anyone has had a problem with the fan not working? I bought 4 of this particular brand at Lowe’s. After a few months, one of them stopped working. The light works, but the fan won’t turn with or w/o the remote.
I think the year warranty is expired, but I am pretty sure it got messed up within that warranty period. I just coukdnt find the receipt, or was too lazy, or didn’t make time to take it back to Lowe’s. It’s been over a year now and the fan is still the same probably staring at me to come fix it.
I went to Lowe’s last month to see if they had a similar one that matches the existing ones in the house, they told me the discontinued it.
Any suggestions, advise on where I could find a similar one? Or if there is a trick that I ignore to restart my static fan?
Thanks in advance.

Will Swinney says:

Hard to find good instructions like this

Bruce Laidlaw says:

Thanks for this. I’m in Australia, and the colours of the wires aren’t always the same. It would be good to occasionally point out which wire is active and which neutral.

adamrallard says:

This is the best video on YouTube showing a newer model Hunter fan install. What kind of wall switch is powering your fan? Is it just a simple on/off then the remote works the light and fan once the wall switch is on? There was previously a chandelier on dimmer switch so i may need to change the wall switch with the fan install.

I recently had to return my Hunter Maybeck fan (model 59317) and am wanting for the replacement from Hunter. It seems like the screws in the motor housing were too long and the rotating housing is scraping the top cover when i spin it. The screws appear to be about 1/4” too long. Hopefully new fan is assembled correctly at the factory.

Kal Skadberg says:

Awesome video. Video shot very professionally without all the jerky camera moves like so many doing these type of video do. Keep up the great work. Enjoying my new fan.

Zachary Reiss says:

actually this models name is flare that’s what it’s says on the website hunter

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