A ceiling fan is defined as a mechanical fan, usually electrically powered, that is suspended from the ceiling of a room that uses rotating paddles to circulate air. The basic parts of a ceiling fan are an electric motor, capacitor, blades or paddles, metal arms, flywheel, rotor, encasement or ‘motor housing,’ and switch housing.
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