Kung Fu Maintenance shows remodeling details setting falling angled mount ceiling fan trim plate renovation video.
OK. I got my nice new ceiling fan here. Only one small design flaw that I found with the fan here. Which isn’t too major of a deal. But it’s this little trim plate here. Right here you can see these little anchors that should anchor in there. Well problem is when we’rte installing this on an angled mount. The mount sort of sits off to the side and that doesn’t work so well. So not a big deal. Not really a design flaw in the company itself per se. Just a situation for me. So going to show you the easy way. Nice easy way to fix this up. I don’t want to glue it on there forever I just want to glue it on there so that it stays on there. What I am going to do is just use a little dab of silicone right here and I’ll just put that right on the trim plate. Just a couple little dabs. Just enough to hold it. Just to hold it on there and dry on there. Like so. In theory. And it is really just how this one is sitting. OK here’s the tricky part. We lift this up and clip it in. Drop it back down. I actually may need a bit more silicone there in order to get that to keep. So I was trying to do just a nice temporary deal but it takes what it takes. Right? So the same thing. I am going to lift it up. Set it in. Let it down gently and than just let it sit there. Now the silicone will dry right there. Do its thing and just cover that. Make it better. Anyway there is our nice new ceiling fan. I am just going to avoid moving it at all. Let it dry which should take about three hours and than the trim plate will just sit there forever. Until we cut it down. Which is really easy. So no big deal. But that’s a quick fix for a small problem. Anyway here is our nice newly remodeled deal and the fan. Good to go.
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