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Surged fuse issue?

During a large renovation, i tapped some of the wires together, the light works fine, but the fan seems not to work. I think it is a fuse, the question is where do i get it, and how do i put it in?

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Re: surged fuse issue?

The fan motor are lead colors black and white - the light is blue and white. there is no fuse in the unit.

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