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Exhaust fan and lights do not work

The blue indicator light on light side of switch panel is on but, the switches do not work

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  • Jeffrey j Bates Sep 09, 2013

    My new Air king hood needs the light fixture replaced I can't find the halogen fixture

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See this steps and fix it. God bless you
Switch If the range vent hood fan and light are not working the switch might be defective. Watch our video on switch testing and test this switch for continuity.

Selector Switch If the range vent hood fan and light are not working the selector switch might be defective. Watch our video on switch testing and test this switch for continuity.

Rotary Switch If the range vent hood fan and light are not working the rotary switch might be defective. Watch our video on switch testing and test this switch for continuity.

Rocker Switch If the range vent hood fan and light are not working the rocker switch might be defective. Watch our video on switch testing and test this switch for continuity.

Switch Kit If the range vent hood fan and light are not working the switch kit might be defective. Watch our video on switch testing and test this switch for continuity.

Micro Switch If the range vent hood fan and light are not working the micro switch might not have continuity. The best way to test the switch is with an Ohm meter. See our switch testing videos for help testing this micro switch.

Thermal Fuse If the range vent hood fan and light are not working the thermal fuse may have blown. It can be tested for continuity. Watch our fuse testing video for more information.

Main Control Board If the range vent hood fan and light are not working the main control board may be defective.

User Control and Display Board If the range vent hood fan and light are not working the user control and display board may be defective. Check other causes before ordering this board.

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  • alison Wharton Aug 04, 2013

    BUT where to buy the switch

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Nobody has an idea on where to buy a switch to replace the slider switch for this hood? Nobody can comment on if another brand would work? Should I expect an electrician to know this stuff? You guys don't seem to.

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