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This would mean that that constant power to the fan and light is not wired through the switch right, or not wired into the switch at all. Most ceiling fans that have a light kit will have a Black, White, Green, and Red wire that comes from the ceiling and hooks into the fan and light. If it was done correctly, then the Green wire would be ground, the White is your neutral which is hooked to the other White wire, the Black wire is usually power to the light kit which will also hook to another black wire, and the Red is to the fan. Sometimes the Red and Black are reversed. If any of these wires are wired wrong, that could possibly lead to a constant power to the fan and light kit.
Posted on Feb 03, 2010
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