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My fan is blowing, but if i put it on high it does blow fast like it normally does.

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  • mineral02 May 11, 2010

    is this a ceiling fan?


    has it always done this?


    how do you switch to high?  use a pull switch?


    how old is the fan and how often have you switched to "hi"?


    --mineral02

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The connection order would have got reversed low speed connection has been given to high terminal and high speed connection has been given to low speed terminal thats y this problem this is nothing to worry

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