Question about Hunter Low Profile III 20807 Ceiling Fan
There is a switch somewhere that controls this. It might be the pull string or it might be on the fan itself. You must find it. If you know where it is and if, after you manipulate it, there is no change, perhaps the switch is bad.
Can you check these things and let me know what you discover?
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
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