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Smart looking and quiet
Had quite a few fans over the years as I move alot and this one is a lovely solid fan with Walnut blades and Oil rubbed Bronze motor - a very handsome machine. The remote is lacking features as you have to scroll through the whole range to get back to low - no big deal. As a visually driven person it is always a pleasure to look at and it's very quiet too.
Questions & Answers
Have just installed a Fanco Wynd 54" ceiling fan. More than happy...up until the second day. Still whisper quite and performs well, but now it stops then restarts every minute or two...does anyone have an explanation. As far as I am aware the power supply is not being interrupted, it doesn't beep and lights on the same circuit stay on.
Fanco A.Fanco Australia
Hi guys, this is a great question. From what Steve is saying, it sounds like David and Len are right, and fan is on the "natural breeze setting". This setting varies the fan's speed automatically to mimic an outdoor breeze. When the natural breeze setting is active, the breeze icon (3 wavy lines) appears on the LCD display to on the left side of the speed indicator. It's very easy to switch this setting off, just click the natural breeze button (3 wavy lines) on the remote, as David suggested. If this doesn't work, please get in touch with us by emailing email@example.com but it sounds like your fan is working as it should.
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