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My ceiling fan won't go to high speed. What's the problem?

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My Fanimation Islander FP320 stopped working, I've replaced the wall switch but fan won't spin and lights won't dim.


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My tommy bahama ceiling fan won't reverse using remote


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The pull chain on my Regency ceiling fan has 4 positions, but the speed doesn't change: it runs on high speed for each of the first 3 positions, and then turns off at position 4.


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Sounds like the fan is defective. All internal wiring from the switch to the motor is factory installed. The fan has power going to it. Just to make sure, double check the wiring from the ceiling fixture to the fan.
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I could not understand that "all the three positions are on high speed and off" ? How can be it possible that all the (three) positions give high speed and at the same time no speed (off)? Please explain.
 What I feel that the speed controller be in series with the fan. "in series" mean that the wire should come from phase or line, go to the speed controller , then go to the fan, then finally go to the neutral point. This completes the circuit.
 I will be happy to know more about this if it could not solve your problem.

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