Question about Hunter Ceiling Fan Control Switch
A lose wire in the fan/light housing. the motion of the fan is moving it creating a short. I wouldnt us it till it gets repaired. Its a pretty basic unit, kill the power, and drop the light housing and check all connections. If not in housing, check connection in the ceiling, you got a lose wire somewhere.
Posted on Mar 12, 2011
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