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Hunter Fan model no.22570

I purchased a brand new Hunter Ceiling fan and after wiring it up,the light comes on but the fan does not. Could it be a bad motor? I've wired it up as per the instructions and it just won't run.

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    I have the same fan and the same problem.

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Take it back, and explain to them it will not work. you should be able to get a new one !!

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