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Bad hunter ceiling fan light pull switch

The pull chain light switch has gone bad. I bought a replacement switch but the old one has a longer stem/chain housing to hold the light fixture. Do I have to buy the exact replacement from Hunter?

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I don't know what you mean, longer stem/chain housing to hold light fixture. You should be replacing a two wire switch only.

Posted on Feb 16, 2014

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SOURCE: wire diagram for pull chain on ceiling fan hunter original

if you indeed have a 23852 hunter original...

Black goes to L, High is Red, Gray is medium and yellow is low. Make sure you have the right switch.

Posted on May 16, 2010

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SOURCE: I have a Hunter model 21241 ceiling fan with

The ballast is still available on the internet, just Google "veb82122." They want $37 plus shipping. You can also but a 22W Circiline ballast at Home Depot that will work for about $18. (Lowes does not carry them). The original ballast is a solid state design, light weight and instant on. The Home Depot ballast is the heavy transformer kind and a real pain to modify the bracket to make it fit. I have 8 of these Hunter fans and I have installed the Home Depot ballast on two if them so far, but I think that I will order the solid state version as a spare for the next time.

Posted on Dec 11, 2010

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