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Pull chain broke on a whole house 2-speed fan

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There is 2way switch attached to this chain you need to replaced it.

Posted on Jun 04, 2007

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the chain goes into the switch and operates a round contact plate. just get a new three speed switch.

Posted on Aug 22, 2007

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SOURCE: Hampton Bay ceiling fan with pull chains not working

Whether there is a reset switch on this unit or not would depend on the model. If you no longer have the owners manual you should be able to get it from the hampton web site. Many fans have a thermal fuse inline that probably was blown when the bulb broke. The cheaper models do not and then I would guess you burned out the switch.

Posted on Feb 09, 2008

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Replacement switches can be purchased at Orchard supply, Ace Hardware, Lowes, or Home Depot. After checking the wiring at the switch - connections made during fan installation - and no faults are found, switch should do it.

Posted on May 04, 2009

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SOURCE: I am replacing the three speed pull chain switch

You may just have to guess and try it. As long as the L is right, you'll be fine. My guesses, however, would be 1-brown, 2-gray, 3-purple. I don't have a wiring diagram, those are just based on years of wiring. Good luck and have fun experimenting.

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I have this exact Jin-You E70469 switch. Forget a replacement unless you drop about $20 on ebay. Westinghouse replacement switches did *not* work for this type of switch. Here's the solution that worked for me: CUT THE POWER and test before you touch anything electrical. 1) Diagram the wiring configuration of the switch noting where things go---take pictures. 2) Take out the wires that connect to it. Use a paper clip to spread the clips to pop them out. If you have any wires that come out and back in the switch itself, you can leave them attached. 3) See those pins that keep the housing together? Get a drill bit---or Dremel tool---just slightly bigger than the bottom of the pins. You're going to drill off bottom/rolled over part of those pins. Take it easy. LEAVE THE PINS IN. Do not take the pins out. With the bottoms of the pins ground off gone, now take off the nut that's threaded onto where the chain comes out. Now, carefully pry apart the bottom of the housing. Take a picture. Notice the position. Notice the position. Now, pry the little closure carefully just a little and replace the chain. Put the spring back exactly how it was. NOTICE the little finger in the bottom cover where the spring catches to snap it back. Put the bottom housing on. Holding the whole thing together, try the switch. If it doesn't recoil, pry it apart again, and adjust where the spring catches. This part will annoy some of you. Test again. If it pull ans recoils, you've got it. Put the nut on. Put electricians tape around the housing---don't cover any inputs. Re-insert your wires according to what you had. Put back together.

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I just moved into a house with a Hunter ceiling fan only controlled with a hand-held remote controller that has 2 speeds: OFF and HIGH. How can I adjust this fan to a lower speed?


If the fan still has a pull chain on the side of the motor housing, you can use that to change the speeds and/or turn it it OFF or ON. If it has 2 chains, one is for the speed control and the other is for the light fixture, it is so equipped.

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PULL CHAIN FOR LIGHT BROKE AND IS INSIDE THE UNIT. HOW DO I GET THE LIGHT UNIT OFF TO GET TO THE PULL CHAIN UNIT.


"PULL CHAIN FOR LIGHT BROKE AND IS INSIDE THE UNIT. HOW DO I GET THE LIGHT UNIT OFF TO GET TO THE PULL CHAIN UNIT."

My oh my!
I don't know of any shortcuts, and the working position does not make the operation a pleasurable one. Not in Summertime!

The time I had to repair that, I needed to pull the whole fan down. Once the whole fan was down, the rest was easy!

It's easier that it appears, but mark all the wires connected in the box.
There is USUALLY a steel cable attached to the fan assembly and the box, to prevent the thing accidentally falling on someone's head.

If you don't have a helper, taking the blades off may be a good idea, but don't take my word for that. Putting them back on was no picnic.

FYI. If you don't have any bead-chain handy, a suitable lenght of sash cord is probably the best replacement.

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Fan pull chain broke off within the fan housing itself, cannot turn fan off. what is solution?


Typically, you have to disassemble and replace the switch, however, sometimes you can reconnect the chain inside of the housing, but before the switch.... Surgery is the only way to tell.

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How to attach an on/off chain to a ceiling light- the original broke off somewhere inside. The fan switch is intact. This is one unit.


You need the little coupler thing that connects to the ball that makes up the chain. If you dont have the coupler ... you could get one at your local Ace Hardware store ... or you could just purchase a similar switch which would have the coupler on the chain.

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The light fixture then the fans lower housing needs to be removed to gain access to the pull chain switch

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I am replacing the three speed pull chain switch on my fan. The switch broke in the brass housing b4 I could ID where the 4 wires went (L,1,2,3). I could see black was L, but don't know where to put the...


You may just have to guess and try it. As long as the L is right, you'll be fine. My guesses, however, would be 1-brown, 2-gray, 3-purple. I don't have a wiring diagram, those are just based on years of wiring. Good luck and have fun experimenting.

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How to replace or repair center fan speed pull chain


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