Funny, true, scary story, one night while my family and i where sleeping, I heard a loud crash from the living-room, I grabbed the first thing i could find...my wife. lol :clown: (Kidding!) A golf club. I slowly walked down the hall to the living-room thinking someone just crashed through the front window. I turned on the light to find the glass coffee table was broken in many pieces with the ceiling fan blade laying in the middle. Don't make the same mistake and possibly loose your head... Inspect the fan each year. Turn it off first, then gently lift up and down on each blade to ensure they are firmly attached. If the assembly includes a light fixture, check the glass bulbs for cracks or chips. Then look at the light bulbs and pull easily on the light or fan's dangling strings, if any. Firmly secure any loose parts or replace those that are broken or not working as they should. If you notice any shorts in the electrical system, or a blinking light in the assembly, call an electrician (Edge) to check it out.