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My-ceiling-fan-light-works-but-not-the-fan, 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. Turn off the breaker supplying electricity to the ceiling fan at you main electrical panel if the tester does not light. remove the screws holding the switch cover plate over the ceiling fan and..., if you purchased this fan from us, del mar fans & lighting, please call 1-800-724-5501, or click to chat with our customer service team. if you purchased this fan in the last 90 days, we will be happy to process a return of your ceiling fan or exchange for a different fan..

I replaced a ceiling light, controlled by 2 switches, with a new ceiling fan and light kit. the light kit works but the fan doesn't. the electrical box in the ceiling has 1 black, 1 white and 1 bare ground wire., i am renting a condo from someone and we have two ceiling fans, one in each bedroom. neither fan works, but both lights on the fans work fine. the walls in each bedroom have 2 light switches: one (single) that controls a wall outlet, another (double) that control the fan lights..

I have a problem with a light circuit where i removed an old light fixture and hung a ceiling fan and wired it into the existing setup then powered the circuit and hit the wall switch to check functions and the breaker tripped., lighting on a ceiling fan operates similarly to any other type of light fixture. the only difference is that the wiring for the light routes through the ceiling fan and connects to the main wiring with the wiring from the fan. a pull switch is mounted on the base of the fan to control the function of the light..

If the fan does not have a light, any of the above options are applicable. the red, blue, or black/white striped wire in the canopy and switch housing need not be connected as it is for an added light assembly., if the ceiling fan is wired on the same switch as your lights are, and the lights are still working fine as you say, the culprit maybe a defective fan switch. if you have humming between pulls as the previous user stated, it maybe a capacitor that has gone bad too. but first, i would check with replacing the fan speed switch on your ceiling fan.