Question about Hunter (25417) Ceiling Fan
Hunter fan/light w/ remote. Light does not work with either the remote nor pull chain. One similar issue posted w/ solution, but my question is that if the light transponder has failed, will that keep the pull chain from operating the light? New batteries in remote and new bulbs too. remote works fine for fan
Only way to know if it's the light is to take the remote receiver out and try the pull chain on light after rewiring to house wires.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
with out seeing the switch and how it's wired . i'll try
do you have power to the light switch it self. you have power to the fan but does the switch for the lights have power, you may have to run a jumper or sepperate wire fir the lights
Posted on Aug 23, 2009
mcdevito75 here, Don"t the fan lights work off the wall switch, The chain pull should be for fan speed. Check make sure electricity is going to the fan.
Posted on Jul 22, 2010
It sounds that fan use to work and lights and you did correct thing by changing battery. I've had this problem and it just needs the reciever replaced. Reciever is located at electrical connection in ceiling. Just buy a new universal wireless remote and reciever at any home depot. if dont fill safe doing this task should call an electician to do job or someone with electrical skills.
Posted on Aug 16, 2010
Hello, I am not an electrician. I know you mentioned electricity is going to the fan and I read the other gentleman's answer if the motor component goes it bares consequence on the light working. It's plausible the motor went causing the light not to work. However I wondered if the wall switch went bad. I would change the wall switch and see if that is the culprit.
Posted on Oct 06, 2010
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