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I want to use a 4 bulb fixture instead of the 2 bulb it comes with

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Sounds like the remote receiver units (located where the mains connect to the fans) took a surge and have failed.

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u have a short in that socket. don't put other bulb in there because you might blow the whole circuit if u keep doing that.

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there is a store where I live its called The Light House it is in Newark Ohio and they sell anything that has to do with lights...they might have what you are seeking

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The two bulbs are just having a separate live cable in parallel with the one of the motor.

So since you have mentioned that you had a burned bulb this sometimes causes a short inside the receptacle of the bulb. So you just need to disassemble the receptacle of the burned bulb and check both the wires live and neutral they are loose or disconnect or even melt and disconnect.

Is a simple operation since you need to check only two wires however it not so easy to remove the bulbs and reconnect the wires.

Posted on Oct 16, 2010

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