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I just changed the fan light switch in my fan and my fan doesn't turn off . i connected the wires the way i took them off light went with light and the # 1 wire went with #1 and so fourth can anyone help me?

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Lol did you get a 3 wire switch ... they are made to use with more then 1 switch ie: in a room with doors @ opposite sides you may have 2 switches that work the same light or fan. This may be your problem, check the package ... if not check the switch, good luck!!

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Check to see both are securely attached by wire nuts. If one is loose or has come apart, carefully re-twist the wires tight (turn to the right as this is the way the wire nut twists on so it will stay together when you replace the wire nut. If when you replace the wire nut the wires are still loose, replace the wire nut - they do get old and tired.

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