Question about Hampton Bay 24002 Ceiling Fan
I am replacing what appears to be a 4 position pull chain switch in a very old ceiling fan. The old switch has a black wire(in switch port labeled ''L''), attached to a black wire from the fan. A red wire (in switch port #1) attached to both a red and pink wire from the fan, and a blue wire (in switch port #3) attached to a yellow wire from the fan. There is no wire in switch port #2. I replaced with an identical switch (leviton) and the fan does not work at all. Breaker is ok. Light assembly works. I have not tested to see if there is voltage on the black wire. Any thoughts?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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