Question about Hunter Dryers
This caused by a loose connection. Try the light without having the fan on. If it stops blinking, that would confirm it. If there is only one bulb - it could be a loose filament or a loose connection on the lighting circuit portion of the fan. If there are multiple bulbs and all blink - it is not a filament problem but rather a loose connection in the light portion of the fan. It is a quick fix for an electrician - but may be difficult for a DIYer if unfamiliar with wiring and electricity.
There is always the chance that it is something else - wall switch, or other connection in the wiring of the house - but I'm pretty sure the problem will be found in the fixture itself.
Posted on Sep 08, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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