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My ceiling fan only works on high speed........not medium or low. Too powerful for the bedroom.

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Fault in your regulator or the control in the remote.
The fan speed is controlled by a thyristor or SCR device which could have shorted in the panel, thereby giving off the full voltage to the fan.
You will need to remove the panle to see the device or replace the control unit.
Please be careful when attempting to work on power circuits.

Posted on Oct 08, 2010

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