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Aloha Breeze Ceiling fan M# 29081, Fan Switch Problem

I have a Aloha Breeze Ceiling fan, Model 29081. The switch broke on the fan. When I went to replace the switch, I found that the switch had came apart. The fan was working when I took the switch out. On the switch the wires work hooked up as follows. L=orange, 1=yellow, 2=purple and 3=black. When I installed the new switch, the fan would not work. The fan would hum on the second or third pull. I like the fan. Can you please help me with solving the problem on why the fan will not work with the new switch?

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  • Anonymous Nov 17, 2008

    I had the same problem...I just took thee fan back to "Wally World" and they gave me a new one. I tried replacing the switch, but it did not work.

  • Anonymous Jan 15, 2009

    same problem with fan, the chain came out and tried to replace switch,,but could not find the right switch,,,just want the same switch,,,small white one, seems they would have them at wal mart cause the other switches are too big to fit in the same pace

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See here: http://www.fixya.com/support/t1560948-broken_ceiling_fan_switch

If you need the info for replacement parts, respond and I will send it to you. I have the same switch you do with same exact wiring. The Shine Top LS-102 is what you have and I just purchased a perfect replacement when 4 previous switches were incompatible.

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Call 1-800-295-4448
you need a switch from them the internal mechanism is different. its free of charge

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