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Ceiling-fan-light-will-not-stay-on, check ceiling fan wall switch wiring turn on the switch leading to the ceiling fan light if you have two switches that control the light and fan separately. hold a noncontact voltage tester against.... It is the middle of a hot summer day, and the heat is killing you. unfortunately, that ceiling fan you installed last year has decided to up and call it quits. it should be pushing cool air around the room, creating a comfortable breeze that keeps you cool. instead, your ceiling fan stopped working, but, kichler ceiling fan that the lights won't work. throw the switch and the lights might stay on for 1 second at the most. to fix this, i removed the voltage regulator and it works fine now. i also do....

You better google the make and model of the fan, to see if the wiring is incorrect. typical american fans have two pull chains, one for the light and one for the fan., if you run into that when you replace your lights and all of a sudden every time you turn on your lights they click off after a second it may be a voltage protection deal to not over not to go over....

One of the items is that the light on the ceiling fan doesn't work. i looked at the switch and found the following: they had a double switch hooked up to it, but both switches were linked together, similar to a wall outlet receptacle. when you turned either switch on the fan would come on. but no light, and the fan would go only one speed., if you live in an older house—one constructed before ceiling fans became popular, it is likely that there is only one hot wire available, and therefore only one wall switch. if this is the case, then your ceiling fan will have two chain pull switc....

Sometimes the electronics controlling a fan only lose the fan, sometimes the light kit stay on, sometimes always off. the simplest solution is to replace the set of electronics that control the fan. depot sells several options, starting from small, fits in the palm of your hand, to fairly large with a thermostat included in the unit.