Question about Hunter 52" Ceiling Fan With Light And Remote Control

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I have a bedroom ceiling fan that recently started to have a surge issue. It was working fine before (although the remote control for this fan also worked on the Hampton Bay fan in the living room and the remote for the living room fan worked for this Hunter bedroom fan so when adjusting one fan or the other would adjust both fans) Recently though I went to turn on the bedroom fan and the lights keep surging on and off and the fan itself won't work. The remote works cause its adjusting the living room fan. My friends say it's probably the fan itself and not the wiring, I'm not so sure. Any suggestions?

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  • Anonymous Nov 15, 2008

    Worked fine then tried to turn on and the light started to surge, and fan would not come on. The fan and light has worked fine for five years. Why now?

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Thanks Chad7houston, my friend Mike who thinks its the fan itself is an electrician and installed the fan for me. He assures me it's not the wiring its the fan...If the problem doesn't get fixed from me switching the jumpers and tightening all my connections on the fan I'm going to bribe Mike over with homestyle cooking to get him to take another look.

Posted on Oct 14, 2008

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Sounds like you could have a problem with the fan....but there is also an equaly good chance it's the wiring of the fan. Perhaps a loose connection. If you are not familiar with checking electrical connections, you probably need to call an electrician to check the wiring SOON, before there is a short. If all connections are good, then you will know it's the fan (or the remote receiver on the fan).
Hope this helps!

Chad

Posted on Oct 14, 2008

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