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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 40 watt just not bright enough?
60 watts could be fine and you may never have a problem, but it says 40 watts for a reason. So you don't burn your house down. See "To reduce the risk of fire....". The better option here would be to buy 23watt compact fluorescent light bulbs. They give off less heat than a 40 watt incandescent and the same light output of a 100watt incandescent. I'm guessing that you don't currently have the light on a dimmer, but if you wanted to, make sure you get cfl's that are made to be used on a dimmer.
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
Check wiring @ ceiling. Should b a black, white, green & red wire coming frm fan. Green is ground. Black & Red is power. White is neutral. Black provides power to fan, red provides lat power 4 lights. Remove light assembly, blue wire provides power. B sure 2 turn off power 2 fan b 4 working on it w/switch & breaker. Maybe lose wire connection or pinched wire grounding out. Fans require vibration proof bulbs regular bulb elements will break after short time use. Fan bulbs have larger filiments inside bulb.
Posted on Aug 23, 2009
You have to unscrew the small openings on top of the housing where the motor is to access the small nightlight bulbs.
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
60 watt bulbs are the maximum recommended,and can be used.if using a remote control, a slight delay is normal,compare it to the delay when turning on a TV.
Posted on Oct 12, 2009
Testimonial: "No remote was used, just a wall switch."
SOURCE: Ceiling fan will not spin fast
in england the usual house current is 220 volts and here the current is 120volts. this explains the problem. unless there is a switch to change your fan to a 110 current built in it might make sense to buy a new fan and move on. rewiring it would be expensive and unless it has alot of sentimental value probably not worth it.
Posted on May 31, 2010
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