Question about Hampton Bay 52 In. Cameron II Plus Ceiling Fan, Brushed Steel & Cobalt Blue Finish
You need to get into the wiring enclosure and redo the wire that is loose. You do this by turning off the switch that goes to the light and fan so the power is all off. Then you remove the light bulbs and those blue sconce enclosures. The latter are hand-tightened with three screws.
Once these breakable pieces are removed, undo the fixture part by undoing all three phillips screws. The piece will come off into your hands though the wires will still hold it up. Then look to the see that the two wires coming from each socket are securely fastened to the wires from the other sockets as well as a white wire-the neutral-coming from the fan part and the part coming from the pull chain. So you will have two sets of five wires each. I would bet that one of the wires from this faulty socket is loose. Tighten them all up with a wire-nut and reverse the above steps.
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
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It's most likely that when the bulb burned out the electrical heat got to the socket causing the emergency shut down of the lights if you take of the light casing there should be a small switch next to one of the bulbs all you have to do is flick the switch, put back the casing and walla your lights should work (hopefully lol =])
Posted on Jun 06, 2009
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