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Casablanca (Panama II) fan only works on high speed

I'm using the wall unit control. There are supposed to be 6 speeds. It's only a year old and suddenly stopped working right. You're suppose push and hold "fan" for it to run through the separate speeds with tones. It doesnt cycle through the speeds/tones - will just turn to high. Also it wont reverse. Any ideas?

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SOURCE: Ceiling Fan broken

clean and grease the fan check the black cap to see if it is not fauly if it is replace it.if that does not work the ammeture is faulty time to buy a new fan good luck

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SOURCE: need a replacement fan speed potentiometer.

Okay -- first off, I don't know where she got that number from, but that's idiotic.

The variable-speed switch will provide different readings depending on where it's turned to. If the switch is busted ("open), it will typically display a reading of 'infinity' on your ohmmeter.

And yes -- the best place to find a replacement is Radio Shack, since Casablanca discontinued them.

HOWEVER---

Casablanca's variable-speed ceiling fans -- specifically the "SlumberQuiet" ones, which were made from circa 1980 or 1981 to the early/mid 1990s when variable-speed was discontinued -- are well-known for breaking down. The problem is almost never the potentiometer (variable-speed dial). Rather, the problem is almost always the resistor which is mounted in the heat-sink inside the fan's motor housing. There are NO replacements left for these -- so Casablanca makes a "variable-speed to 3-speed conversion kit", which will convert your fan to a more normal 3-speed pull-chain (hi-med-low) setup.

I hope that helps! If you have any other questions, please feel free to ask!

Posted on Jun 17, 2008

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SOURCE: Casablance Ceiling Fan Trouble

itake it the light is still working if it is check the wireing from the pull switch to motor unless you have a neon live tester or volt meter thers nothing else you can check

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SOURCE: my casablanca fan/light wall switch only works

No . have this checked by a licensed professional it is more than likely bad switchs in the fixture but you can never be to careful with electricity

Posted on Aug 23, 2009

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