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I would suspect that it has something to do with the flasher unit. They operate based on current draw heating up a bimetal piece that causes the blinking. Four-ways (hazards) draw more current since there are more filments/LEDs drawing current. By changing from incandescent to LED you have reduced the current draw on the flasher. You may need a different flasher that uses lower current to get turn signals to work. Here is a link that explains it and provides info on how to get the proper flasher.
"Over current" means you are drawing too much current from that port. If you have several USB devices attached at the same time it may be that you have too many and the system cannot supply the current needed. OR your machine isn't putting out enough current. Try unplugging everything but what you absolutely need.
flasher cans need a certain current flow to make them work
As LED units require very little current flow it is possible that the flasher can thinks that there are no bulbs because of the low current
you may have to get an adapter that draws current
Call Hunter at 1-901-745-9222. I think this number is still current, it might not be. Tell them your issue, most likely they will send you an entire new unit (or is your fan the OLD Designer's Choice from the 80's with a rubber flywheel?)
On the back of the watch, press the "A" button.
Then the top half of the LCD will flash the current "month" setting.
Press the "M" button to change the month by 1 month.
Press the "M" button until you have the current month.
Then press the "A" button again to change to the watches current date settings. The bottom half of the LCD will flash the current "date" that the watch has been set to.
Press the "M" button until you have the current date.
After that, press the "A" button again to select the current hour.
Press "M" to select the hour, and when you have the current hour, press the "A" button one more time to select the current minute.
Press "M" until you get to the current minute.
Once you have the current minute set, press the "A" button again to finalize everything, and your finished!
Not really a solution but .. try this.. Don't use the fan lights as primary lighting. Install low wattage bulbs in the fan to reduce the shadow depth, and use alternate primary lighting, for example a Torchier style floor lamp.
You realize of course that it did not show in the store because it was surrounded by alternate light sources, eliminating the shadows.