Question about Hampton Bay 52 In. Brushed Nickel Romano with Integrated Pan Style Light Kit Fan

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No longer works

Hi: This fan is wired so that a switch operates the light, and the transmitter operates the fan operations. We bought a house with this fan. It worked before. It is no longer working. Turn the switch to turn the light on one day, the lights flashed. Bulbs were ok, breaker ok. Now the light and the fan doesn't work. Checked the transmitter with another model we have in the house...that works when the dip switches are changed. Power is still getting to the fan and light assembly.

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  • smartmoose Feb 09, 2008

    Checked the fuses. Here is a better description, now that I sorta understand what is going on.



    1. There is a remote fan in our den, that is working well. The light operates by a wall switch. The fan operates with remote (note: light doesn't operate by remote). The switch that turns on the fan is a 3 way. The red wire connects to the correct terminal...and then connects to the blue wire that comes out of the receiver in the fan.



    2. In the fan that no longer works: It is also wired the same way, with an exception. The switch that used to operate the light is housed in a bank of 3 switches. #1. switch is 3 way and operates 3 can lights in living room. #2. switch is not 3-way and operates can lights in kitchen. # 3. switch is not 3-way and operates (or used to) the fan light.



    Ok. #3 switch is not 3-way, as I said above. The black wire goes into the black terminal, the red wire goes into the white terminal, and the white wire goes into a bundle of white wires from the other two switches.



    None of this makes sense to me. I am thinking that I need to buy a 3 way switch, wire it the same way that the den fan light is wired. That should make the light work. As far as the remote no longer working the fan....the only thing I can think is that the receiver got fried. The trasmitter works on the den fan, when the dip switches are set right. The den transmitter will not work this fan, when its dip switches are set correctly.



    I feel as if I need pictures to explain this wiring.... Does this give you any clue?

  • Anonymous May 04, 2008

    Fan works with remote but lights don't dim. Wiring is checked as manual says.

    Thanks

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First check the fuses,the switches, sometime corrosion can cover the contact and check also the thermal fuse.......

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