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Replacing fan switchwith jin you e70469 switch, fan does not go to slow speed , juust hi, med, med off

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What make/model of fan do you have? How do you even know if you got the correct switch. Just because it looks the same on the outside doesn't mean it's the same on the inside. Why didn't you connect it the same as the old switch?

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Speed indicators light up but no fan operation 18" floor fan.


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