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Fan and light stop working

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Has the breaker been checked? and reset?
I would check that voltage is getting to the unit with a volt meter.
To be done only by qualified persons.

No fan power and no lights would indicate no power is getting to the unit. I would check and possibly replace the wall switch. They wear out sometimes and fail to work properly.

If you do not know how to work with AC voltage then DO NOT ATTEMPT call someone that can.


Posted on Dec 14, 2008

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