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I am rxperiencing electrical problems to the inside wall switch and need to take the fan down to examine the connnections. The original instructions are not available. Please advise the best way to take this fan down to inspect the power source.

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Well what you do is: find the circuit breaker to the lights that control the particular fan and shut it off! then at the ceiling if your fan is hanging by a rod then you can unscrew the 4 screws at the base of the fan and let the base drop to the fan and you should see the wires blue red or black and white there the black wire that is connected to the small wires from the fan goes down to you switch. I hope this helps you.

For caution: make sure to turn off the breaker so you do not shock yourself.

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The lights flicker on and off when powering on


Your Minka Aire is also available on AMAZON...

The trouble you are describing involves YOUR control module INSIDE your fan body... I had a SIMILAR TROUBLE on a CASA BLANCA... had to replace the CONTROL MODULE myself... but for the 13 foot ceiling... and needing to ALSO upgrade the WALL SWITCH (Intelli Touch W32 Wall Control) to match... It was an EASY JOB.

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Jan 26, 2016 | Minka Aire Ceiling Fan

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I got my craftmade ceiling fan about 10 years ago, the fan has now stopped working but the light works, I changed out the switch on the wall that was not the problem sometimes I will turn on the wall...


pretty sure its the 3 speed pull chain switch.$4.50 to $6.00 at home depot or lowes or hardware/elecrtical store.
how 2 replace switch.
1.turn off breaker to fan/fan lights,probably that whole room.
may need extension cord & floor lamp from closest room with electric, so u can see.
2.need 6ft step ladder to get up to fan.look see how to get to fan speed switch. speed switch unscrews from outside but body of switch is inside fan cover.
3. need to take fan off ceiling to replace switch.
4.switch has 4 wires, power feed into switch and 3 selector
wires that go to high speed winding,medium speed winding and low speed winding.
speed selector switch has 4 settings, off, low,medium,high.

about ac circuits , black wire is 120 volts, hot.
white wires are neutral return wire. an ac voltmeter will read 120volts ac with its red and black probes between black,hot and
white,neutral.
white= neutal=ground which is green. If wired properly and polarity was observed, white and green ground wires both connect to the neutral ground buss bar in the circuit breaker panel box and are the same electrical point.

black wires,and the selector handle getting the hot juice into the fan and white returns the used juice to the circuit breaker panel box.
If polarity was observed, you can touch white and ground without getting a shock.
black will jolt or even fry you dead, so make sure the breaker to the fan is off, so that the circuit is de-energized before you touch it.

PLEASE NOTE--- make drawing on paper of what color wires from the fan motor go to what color wires on the selector switch.
If the switch has 4 black wires, you need to put different color electrical tape as a marker, on each wire. or ,to be cheap, you can use white paper,scissors to cut paper,and pencil and write 1,2,3,4 on the paper and tape to the 4 switch wires.

that is: wire # 1 from the switch goes to the black wire from the wall--ac hot
wire #2 from switch goes to yellow fan motor winding,
wire # 3 from switch goes to orange wire from fan motor

wires are specific and NOT interchangeable.

go to www.ehow.com & type into search engine box
how to replace fan motor speed selector switch.

Oct 12, 2013 | Craftmade International CQ52 Ceiling Fan

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We want to replace our bathroom exhaust fan. We like the Harbor Breeze 'Rosemont' model at Lowes. It's a decorative combo fan/light unit. The unit is equipped with 2 13 watt (60 Watt incandesant...


It does not matter whether you turn on the switch or the switch is motion
activated, the light does not know who turns it on.

The switch must be designed for florescent.

What do you mean by proper base, you have a single gang wall box,
that's a box inside the wall, with the electric and a switch,
The gang could be single or hold 5 switches, which ever is installed.

Most all switches fill fit into any gang box.

Feb 08, 2010 | Dryers

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My Hunter(Model uc7058ry) receiver is malfunctioning. When I switch the power on at the wall switch, the light comes on but flickers. The receiver also does not respond to the remote (transmitter). Is...


Happy christmas

Problem solved.

Needed:
SCREW (those used to screw transistors to heat sink)
NTE5671 TRIAC TRANSISTOR
ELECTRONICS SOLDERING EQUIPMENT

Open the uc7058r inside the fan

look for the blue wire (lamp Wire), follow it inside the main board.

Keep following the wire to the internal trace conductor in the board wich connect to a transistor (triac) (located screwed to a heat sink)

Replace this transistor with NTE5671

you will need to replace the heat sink screw with a longer one

enjoy!

Hope it helps

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Jan 12, 2010 | Hunter Ceiling Fan Control Switch

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My fan only turns clockwise. The speed control on the wall has only a black and white wire im thinking im not wiring it in correctly. Could i get a diagram?


Generally speaking, most ceiling fans have a little black switch on the fan itself that you can switch from either clockwise or counterclockwise. It is generally up towards the top on the side, but it all depends upon the fan that you have. There are fans out there that you can change the rotation from the wall, but they are somewhat expensive. These models actually talk to the switch wirelessly. There is a receiver on the fan that gets the signals from the switch at the wall. If you were interested in a model like this you may want to talk to some lighting experts at a electrical lighting center near you. I hope this helps. If you need anymore help, just ask and I will do my best to help you.

Jul 31, 2009 | Dryers

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Hunter Ceiling Fan 25885 remote won't turn off light


Hello,
I have this fan model. The RED is a common wire. Wire it in with all the white wires. Better yet why don't you just bypass the module for the light. You could buy a more up to date Lutron wall switch W/remote control. The Black wire W/White stripe coming from the module is the light control. Cut & cap this with a wire nut. The same wire coming from the fan motor Connect it to your new wall switch. Now heres the tricky part. You have to run a new (Non switched) hot wire to your fan this will connect to the module normally. This is the new power for the fan. The remote that comes with the fan can serve as the On/Off 1,2 & 3 speeds. You now have two remotes. One for the fan the original and one for the light control w/wall switch. The new Lutron model will give you full dimming capability for incondesent bulbs. It is much less noisy when you are dimming the light down.

Jul 24, 2009 | Hunter 28486 Ceiling Fan

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Connected wires following instructions, but lights and fan do not work


OK, here we go. Hi, WoobieDog here. First, try to operate the pull chains on the side of the fan, usually one for the fan, one for the light. If this doesn't fix the problem, proceed as follows. What else is on the same circuit as the fan? Usually there is more than one light on a circuit. Do the other devices still work? If NO, the problem is probably your breaker. If the other devices do work, the problem is probably at the fan or the wall switch. Trip the breaker on the circuit that the fan operates on, and turn the switch to "off " at the wall. With the fan still mounted, gain access to the wires at the ceiling. Where you connected the wires, test for loose connections and visually inspect each wiring connection. When you remove each wire nut, you should see both wires making a good connection to each other and that the wire nut was making the twisted wire connection more secure. Make sure that you have connected the wires in the proper manner, that is that the fan motor wire (usually black) is connected to the proper switch at the wall for on/off operation and that the light wire (usually blue) is either connected to the light switch or to the same hot line as the motor wire if you are using the pull chains and a single wall switch. Don't overlook the neutral (white wire) connection, as a bad connection on this line will prevent both the motor and the light from working, as you described. If all is well there, close the wires back up under the mounting bracket. With the breaker still tripped to the off position, operate the forward/reverse slide switch on the side of the fan, if equipped. Put everything at the fan back to operating conditions. Turn the breaker back on. Operate the wall switch/switches. Operate the pull chains as these are additional switches inside of the fan and light.
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Just about any hardware store will have a replacement switch for your fan.They are a standard piece of equipment.You don't mention if it is the switch that controls the light,or the one that controls the fan.The light switch is a simple on off switch.The fan switch could be a simple on off switch or could have variable speeds.It may have an off position,and may not.You can tell if it is variable speed or not by looking at it.It will have more than two leads.You can decide for your self if you want an off position or not.For instance if you want to turn the fan off,and on from a wall switch you may not want an off position on the fans pull chain.

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Here is an example wiring diagram
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