Question about Hampton Bay 52 In.Carriage House II in Polished and Satin Brass Finish Fan
I would check all your switches first to make sure you're getting power to your light/fan. If they're all on, then remove the bottom part of the fan where you would splice the wires - and see if you're getting power. If so, then you could have a bad switch at the fixture. I'd try this first before going any further. Feel free to contact me back if this doesn't work. Best of luck to you! Jim
Posted on May 15, 2010
I recommend you to check the PCB [ printed circuit board ] on the fan . The PCB must be burned . The PCB on your fan most look like the picture or something like it . You need to replace the PCB . Such a PCB you can find it on Ebay or you can call the store where you bought your fan from . If the PCB is not burned , then their must be a problem with the house electricity wiring .
I hope this will help .
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Posted on Apr 28, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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