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My fan does not operate.my light switch turns on light however to shut it off i must use the fan switch.Is the switch my problem.

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I have a pull switch in my bathroom..which is wired up from the mains and works fine...i would like to add a ceiling fan onto this light switch .the switch is wired up simply with 2 red wires-1 goes to L1 to other to COM. HOW DO I WIRE THE LIVE AND NETRAL WIRE FROM THE FAN SO IT GOES ON AND OFF WITH LIGHT. please help.

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It sounds to me like there is a wiring problem. The light is connected at the fan and at the wall switch so thats why when you turn the switch on at the wall it can be controlled at the fan as well. It sounds to me as though the actual fan motor to run the fan is not connected to the power circuit so the wiring needs to be looked at,

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