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Ceiling-fan-light-wont-stay-on, replacing a ceiling fan limiter welcome to my apartment maintenance channel, on this channel i bring you along on service calls, repairs, installs, and every.... The ceiling fan is connected to a light switch on the wall. when i try to turn the light on using the wall switch, the light turns on for a second, 'clicks' and then goes out. if i rapidly flip the light switch on and off, eventually i get an 'on' that doesn't click and the light stays on., how to fix ceiling fan lights that don't work. when your ceiling fan lights quit working, the answer to why they quit isn’t always as straightforward as a burned-out light bulb. the heat ....

The wiring for the light is usually not the cause of a nonfunctioning light. if the fan works, the lights should work. inspecting the wiring requires disconnecting the retaining screws that connect the fan to the mounting bracket in the ceiling and lowering the fan a few inches. you should see blue and black wires from the fan twisted onto the ..., 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..

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., a faulty or nonworking ceiling light can pose a serious fire hazard to your home. when you have replaced the bulb and are still left in the dark, you will need to locate the source of the problem.....

What kind of light bulb is in there? what is the fixtures recommended wattage and what wattage of bulb/bulbs do you have in there? is it a new fan or existing fan? if it was an existing fan did it just start happening? this is a pretty vague description i would need a little more info to help. could be a few things. – squinny jan 7 '13 at 2:54, if your fan won't work, the first thing that you want to do is make sure it has power. ' checking for ceiling fan power ' covered how you can do this. checking the wiring in the ceiling fan and at the ceiling box is a bit more work. the article ' checking for loose ceiling fan wiring ' discusses how you can locate a power issue inside of your fan.