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Fan not working but lights are working

I've had several electricians look at the problem we are having with our fan. The fan intermittently works and all of a sudden it will stop working. The lights work fine but we can seem to find out what is causing the fan not to work.

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Re: Fan not working but lights are working

It is likely that the motor connection is faulty.
it may even be inside the motor windings.
if not in warranty.
Then you can open it and follow the ac to the motor.
Past that and you will have to replace it.

Posted on Jan 26, 2008

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