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Light on fan.

My light went out on my Monte Carlo fan. The two 120v 50w bulbs were burned out. I replaced them with new ones and they won't work either.

This fan has a 12v wall mounted remote dimmer switch.


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  • cmcbrock Nov 16, 2008

    I suspect that the dimmer control is the problem, burned out. The lights went out when we select on for the 2 120V 50W halogen bulbs ($10 each) lower lights. Love the fan and the light control, but looks like it will be an expensive to maintain, This seems to be a problem with the lower light dimmer control section. For the cost and hassle to repair I would not recommend Monte Carlo Fans. I have no doubts that they will not take any responsiblity for the defective parts. Now looking for the replacement part. Can anyone point the way?



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Most likely, the dimmer control has failed and needs replacing. Would be good to check its output voltage first.

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