Not sure if this is the exact ceiling fan/ light kit we have... but looks similar.
We have three ceiling fans that were put in our house ten years ago when the house was newly built.
I had all three of the fans & their five respective lights on last night. This morning, the lights in one of the fans would not work at all.
The lights are on a separate switch/dimmer than the fans are.
Did the dimmer on the lights short out or something? Should we call an electrician, or should we try to fix this ourselves? My hubby is fairly handy with wiring, but we're both puzzled as to why they just stopped working.
Re: Not sure if this is the exact ceiling fan/ light kit...
My Huntington III 52" Ceiling Fan keeps blowing out light bulb in one of the lights. Is this a wiring problem within the fan? How do I go about removing the light and rewiring it? Is this something I can do myself or do I take the ceiling fan back to home Depot for a replacement. This ceiling fan was installed on 4-8-07 in guest bedroom. We have not used our guest room fan until three weeks ago and found out this light problem.
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Wrong way round, YOU tell us the model number and type and we tell you where to get the shade. You can see the fan in your house, but we can't. That makes it really difficult for us. Some shades are plain, some are fluted, some have patterns.
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You should be able to put on the light kit while the fan is hanging on the ceiling. Most light kits I see you have to remove the bottom cap of the fan by removing three screws, the light kit replaces this bottom cap and screws on with the same three screws.
Have you checked the antenna on the fan itself, assuming there is one? It is usually a wire that comes out of the bell housing where the fan attaches to the ceiling, just a single wire.
I would make sure it is there and not shorted to the bell housing in any way.
After that, I would go to the mfgrs website and look up the model number to see if they post any instructions.
Simple solutions first.
By using the "switch" to change direction I assume you mean the small slide switch on the side of the fan housing. What you have done is correct and would not affect this switch. The switch is probably bad and you need to return the fan. Suggestion: if the switch is on the housing of the light kit and the light kit connects to the fan with a plug, you are in luck. Go get another fan, swap the light kits and return the fan. Saves you a lot of work. Good luck!
My guess is that a neighbor close by, got a similar fan. This is common I understand. Other than that.....I can not think of a single thing! I say that even after 30+ years of working with electrical, and electronics.
The only thing which goes to the house's white wire is the fan's white wire.
Both the black and blue wires from the fan (black for fan motor, blue for light kit) go to the black house wire.
Anything else could result in a fire, a melting of internal parts, or a massive electrical explosion arc. The owner's manual is very clear about how the fan is supposed to be wired, and you voided the warranty by going against it.
You may have blown a fuse or a circuit breaker, or you may have blown something within the fan, or your house may be wired in series (very unlikely) in which case you need a new separate wire run for the light kit.
I hope this helps! If you have any other questions, feel free to ask!