Hampton Bay EF200DA-52 – What ceiling fan is this?

We have had several site visitors ask us about the Hampton Bay EF200DA-52 ceiling fan. The question we often get is, what ceiling fan is this? How do I get replacement parts for this ceiling fan?

Hampton Bay Hayward Ceiling Fan
The Hampton Bay Hayward Ceiling Fan – which has model number EF200DA-52. The 52 part is for the 52 inch blade span. Many site visitors look for this particular model number, however they don’t realize it’s for the Hayward fan. Often site visitors are looking for replacement parts for this fan, or for the manual that we have below for you to download if needed.

Answer: We have found when searching for the model number EF200DA-52, that this represents a Hayward ceiling fan. The 52 is for 52 inches, which is the blade span of the Hayward. We have a page for the Hampton Bay Hayward ceiling fan, where you can also find replacement part numbers for this fan as well. Often times, site visitors may be looking for the model number mentioned but not aware of the fan is a Hayward. Does your fan look like the image above? The model number matches up then, and you can rest assured this is a Hayward fan.

Hampton Bay EF200DA-52 Ceiling Fan Manual

If you are looking for the ceiling fan manual for this model fan, we can help. We have a download link to this manual below. The manual is a useful place to find information about the fan, such as installation, general troubleshooting, part numbers and more. If you are having a problem with your fan, and you’re looking for technical support or other, we’re happy to assist. Please fill out the comments box at the bottom of this page, and let us know how we can assist you with your Hampton Bay Hayward ceiling fan or other fan related issue.

Click here to download the Hampton Bay EF200DA-52 ceiling fan manual



Hampton Bay Ceiling Fan Installation Video

Installing a ceiling fan is straight forward if you have done it before. However, that’s not always the case for all of us! You have to start somewhere – so that means, if you’re on this page, you likely are here because you haven’t installed a ceiling fan before, and you need help. Or what happened is you got stuck while installing your fan and now need assistance. Perhaps this explains your reason for visiting. In any case, we can help you with installing your Hampton Bay ceiling fan – or any other fan, for that matter!

This video will help you to install your ceiling fan, step by step. In case you’d like to read how to install your fan instead, we have a step by step article below.

Here is a step by step to installing your ceiling fan:

1. Choose the Right Location: Before you start the installation process, carefully choose the location for your ceiling fan. Ensure the fan is centered in the room for optimal airflow. The ideal placement is in the center of the room with the blades at least 18 inches away from the walls.

2. Check Ceiling Height: For safety and effectiveness, make sure your ceiling is at least 8 feet high. If your ceiling is higher than 8 feet, you may need to use a downrod to lower the fan to an appropriate height. Conversely, if your ceiling is lower than 8 feet, consider using a low-profile ceiling fan.

3. Turn Off Power: Safety is paramount. Before you begin any installation, turn off the power to the circuit where the fan will be installed. Use a voltage tester to confirm that the power is off before proceeding.

4. Assemble the Ceiling Fan: Follow the manufacturer’s instructions to assemble the fan components. This typically involves attaching the fan blades, mounting bracket, and installing the motor housing. Be sure to tighten all screws and secure components properly.

5. Mounting Bracket Installation: Secure the mounting bracket to the electrical box in the ceiling. Ensure that the bracket is securely attached and can support the weight of the fan. Use the provided screws and follow the manufacturer’s instructions.

6. Wiring Connections: Connect the fan wires to the corresponding wires in your ceiling. Typically, this involves connecting the black (hot), white (neutral), and green or bare (ground) wires. Use wire connectors to secure the connections, and neatly tuck the wires into the ceiling box.

7. Attach the Fan Blades: Attach the fan blades to the motor housing, making sure each blade is securely fastened. Most fans have a simple snap-on or screw-on blade attachment method.

8. Balance the Fan: Use a balancing kit (often included with the fan) to ensure the blades are balanced. This step is crucial for smooth and quiet operation. Follow the kit instructions to add or remove weight from the blades as needed.

9. Turn on Power and Test: Once the installation is complete, turn the power back on and test the fan in all its speeds. Ensure there are no wobbles or unusual noises. If there are issues, revisit the installation steps to identify and correct any problems.