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Light blows when turned on

I have a minka cirque. Every time I put a new bulb in and turn the light on, the bulb blows. I've tried a different switch with no change. I don't see any connecting wiring issues. Fan worked well for 2 years before problem appeared. Electrical feed supplies fan in second room as well and when the fan with the problem is swittched on, the fan in the second room doesn't work. Sounds like a short. Any idea where it may be occuring and how to trouble shoot?

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  • 883girl Nov 25, 2008

    I have the same problem! My switch is only for this fan/light combo, does not power any other fan in any other room, just this one. Also, the fan wobbles horribly when running.
    Any ideas? Just burned through 3 bulbs in a row!!


  • Anonymous Mar 15, 2014

    the fan & night light work but the 2 bulbs will not light. Both the fan & night light are on a separate wall switch. The switch to light the two bulbs is located on a switch in the hallway.

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I had the same issue. Electrician pointed out my bulb was not 120v like it needs but 12v-hence the problem.....

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Check the switch on the other fan and make sure the screws are tight, if they are used. If the wires are solid copper and go into holes into the back of the switch, remove them and use the screw terminals. This is done by inserting a small oject into the rectangular slot next to where the wire goes it. That will release the spring that hold the wire in, then you can remove it.

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