Question about Hunter 52" Ceiling Fan With Light And Remote Control
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
is the fan working correctly, if it is not it could be a bad armature or field
Posted on Jan 20, 2008
Trip the breaker and verify that the fan/light will not operate. If tripping the breaker kills the circuit and flipping the wall switch would not, the switch is probably bypassed. Place the wall switch to "off" with the breaker tripped to the "off" position as well. Gain access to your wiring connections at the fan. Look for a single (black) wire that is not connected. This should be your hot return from the wall switch Make your fan/light connections to this wire. (Are you sure that the ground wire that you connected is a ground? If it is, it should be bare copper with no insulation). Your white (neutral) connection to the three white wires should be fine. If you don't find a single wire in the ceiling box, call on an electrician. Regards --WoobieDog--
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
The dimmer normally controls a light which is 100 watts or so. The dimmer is rated for only so much load.It is only a fire hazard if the dimmer is overloaded by a fan and light that draws alot of current. Some fans have a light and 2 pull chains,one for fan speed and another for the light itself.There is usually only one power source for the fan.If it is a split design,then the light can be run off the dimmer,and the fan off of the switch. If you want to vary the fan speed with the dimmer ,make sure it is rated for at least the load rating.
Posted on Apr 26, 2010
I'm not sure of the exact wire arrangement, but it appears as though a fan and light wire are mixed up, as thought the lights are feeding off the fan wire. Its possible that in the switch box or even in the fan box the output of your fan is tied to the lights so that when the fan is at it's highest output (maximum current), yours lights work properly and not at any other setting. Check wiring for errors.
Posted on Apr 28, 2010
Bought three fans for the bedrooms, all hunters with pull chain dimmers. Less than one year and two of the three dimmers are shot. Can't find a replacement so I bypassed it. Remove light assembly and unplug 9pin connector. Remove black vented dimmer assembly by removing wire nuts and disconnecting the 2wire connector(black and white wires). Cut the 2wire connector off and save it in case you find a part someday. Wire nut black to black(hot) and white to white(neutral). You will disable the pull chain by wire nutting those two wires together.
Posted on Mar 27, 2012
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