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Have replaced bulbs, but no light. Even ch'kd & re-set breaker.

Wall switch is working properly, as the other two switches are working properly. Even ck'd and reset breaker, but still nothing.

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  • mbengleman Dec 22, 2008

    The light was working immediately before changing the bulbs, and has always worked previously.



    This particular fan does not have a remote.



    I have pulled the light chain several times, but light still does not work.



    What is the "light chain switch?" Or what would it look like?



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You said, "Wall switch working properly, as the other 2 are....Are you talking about other wall switches? If your light is not working, I would check the pull chain switch if it has one. If not, you either have a wire not attached properly (you did not say if they have ever worked) or if you are dealing with a remote, I would bet you 10 to 1 that your remote is bad, more than likely in the part inside the fan. There has been a rash of these things going bad.

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  • Gerry Haverland Dec 22, 2008

    The light chain switch is the light chain you mentioned, I suspect the switch is bad. It is attached to the upper end of that chain.

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