Question about Aloha Housewares (93645) Ceiling Fan
I have had the Aloha Breeze fan for about a year ; the fan works great, very little noise, pleasant breeze. uses Candelabar Base Bulb 60wt max The main problem is the bulbs keep burning out within a few weeks of installing them; I have tried to purchase different bulbs to make sure I was using the right kind and I certainly haven't exceeded the wattage. The model # is 99645 42" white
I have wondered if it's possible that the way I installed the wiring does this ; it puzzles me though because it does work properly.
Use bulbs specifically designed for ceiling fans - they say "ceiling fan" on the package (Home Depot, Lowes both carry). The slightest regular vibration (like a fan rotating) causes normal incandescent elements to burn out within days or weeks.
If you wired black to black, white to white and green or bare to ground, you wired it right. Sometimes there are two blacks (hots) one for the light and one for the fan, but most of the time you hook the light wiring parallel to the fan wiring unless you install a remote switch.
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
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