Question about Panasonic WhisperFit-Lite Low Profile Bathroom Fan with Lights FV-05VFL2
Sounds like it could be a loose or intermittent wire either in the fan itself or in the wall switch. I would start with the wall switch to see if the main power line into the switch for both the fan and light is loose. Turn the circuit breaker off for that circuit, remove the wall plate to the switch and pull the switch out of the box to examine the wires. It could also be a loose wire in the switch box that would be part of a wire splice. Tighten the wire nuts. If that does not fix the problem, a look inside the power box of the fan might be necessary to examine the wire connections there.
Posted on Sep 12, 2010
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