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You bought the wrong switch. Just because it looks the same on the outside doesn't mean it's the same on the inside(switch). I don't know if you have a bad motor but it is a cheap low-end fan only made for Home Depot!
That's what you get when you buy a low-end store brand fan. Also, you should never buy a hugger fan unless your ceiling is under 8 ft. Most hugger fans are worthless. They have a cheap motor and no blade pitch.
First write down which color wire goes in which slot on switch.Turn power off! Disconnect wires from defective switch by inserting a paper clip or something a little bigger into the wire connection.Then press the spring down and release the wire to insert in new HUNTER switch. DO NOT CUT WIRES!Call 1-888-830-1326 with model # to order the correct switch.
it sounds like the new switch has a different pin out or you got it wired wrong? is the motor jamed up, will it turn by hand,,,the humming sound you here is curent running through the motor windings,, if it cant turn its going to get very hot,, it could burn the motor out,, have another look at the wiring
You have to kill all power to the fan and start taking it apart till you get to the switch. There's usually just a bottom plate to remove. Sometimes lights. Replace switch and reassemble. If some chain is still connected to the switch you can add chain to it and won't have to replace switch.