I've had several electricians look at the problem we are having with our fan. The fan intermittently works and all of a sudden it will stop working. The lights work fine but we can seem to find out what is causing the fan not to work.
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Re: Fan not working but lights are working
It is likely that the motor connection is faulty. it may even be inside the motor windings. if not in warranty. Then you can open it and follow the ac to the motor. Past that and you will have to replace it.
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the model number isn't correct.check and send the model number again.if you changed the sensor this should take care of the f3 error code but the clock shouldn't go blank and oven stops.like i say your model number doesn't show up as a good number,if this machine has a fan in it you could have a bad fan motor,the fan cools off the electronics and if it isn't working the clock assy. can get hot,damage it and it will do this,also i've seen on some models there's a screen where the fan is and dust gets stuck on the screen and the fan can't blow any air,i'm just telling you what i've found before but it sounds like the clock assy. is heating up and shutting down,if there isn't a fan in your model it sounds like you have a bad clock assy.if you send the model number i can look it up for you.
Electricians can be so much fun can't they ? LOL I would ask the electrician to bypass the remote to check the fan operation first. You need to know if your problem is the remote or the fan itself.. A simple wiring change in the junction box can be done to determine which issue to focus on.. Hope this helps..
in the remote and the fan the little blue box is called a dip switch
you will have to open fans base to access the remote power sender
on both the fan and remote the dip switches have to match in order for the remote to work the fan properly
or your signal will never make it to remote box