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This plug could be faulty or has to much plugged in at once but it could even be a bad ground or motor check the wiring to make sure nothing is loose or grounding out also shut off the power from the breaker box to that aeria and take out the outlet to see if the outlet is bad or loose and put it all back together and see what happens from there

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Thank you for including the Manufacturer, Model and Model number
Lutron makes a long list of products.

I found the product manual at Lutron: and am looking at the instructions
http://www.lutron.com/TechnicalDocumentLibrary/033100b.pdf

The Lutron device replaces an ordinary single pole switch.
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Lutron tech assistance 1-800-523-9466 (included just in case I cannot find the trouble)
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The fan and lights are supposed to be on high (this means your pull chain controls located on fan)

Let's review the wiring.
The switch wires connect to either brass screw.
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