I have a Hampton Bay San Marino ceiling fan UL Model # EF200-36. A week ago the pull chain went from one pull to turn the lights on to three pulls. Now the lights won't come on at all. The fan is working fine.
Is there a way to fix the lights, without replacing the unit, and were can I purchase replacement parts.
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If your are replacing the fan speed switch on the Hampton Bay San Marino mfg # 67353, this is the correct wiring pattern...L-white, 1-yellow, 2- blue, 3-black. I have been searching for this answer for 2 days. Thought I'd post for others with the same problem.
If this is new piece and has not worked you need to recheck teh wiring before the unit is suspected.
Check the seperate line for the light circuit. If the connections are correct then the light unit can be faulty . If this is new get a replacement.
mcdevito75 here, The lights should work when the wall switch is turned on, You may have to remove the wall switch cover to check the color of the wires and then the cover just at the ceiling of your fan, follow the fan wires from the pull switch for the fan, since the fan works you don"t have to worry about those wires, just the others for the lights, match the color codes, from the wall switch to the light wires. You may have a RED from the wall switch and red from the fan, hook them togethet then the black or white wires. You may not have a red from the wall, rather a white and blck. Make sure wall switch is off and or fuse / circut breaker is off while working on the se wires.
18 gauge is a little light... should use 14. Are you sure it is a hum, or is it possibly the fan resonating due to imbalance of the blades. Watch to see if the fan is oscillating when it runs. Also, does changing the speed affect the frequency of the hum. If this is the case, you have to balance the blades using metal shims.
Whether there is a reset switch on this unit or not would depend on the model. If you no longer have the owners manual you should be able to get it from the hampton web site. Many fans have a thermal fuse inline that probably was blown when the bulb broke. The cheaper models do not and then I would guess you burned out the switch.
thats the cap.the capacitor is used to jump start single phase motors.if the capacitor is shot the motor barley does anything.if you can find any # or markings on it take it to radio shack and match it up.