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Ceiling-fan-light-wont-turn-off, ceiling fan lights won't turn off a couple of years ago i installed a ceiling fan, it worked great for about a year until the switch in the pull chain broke leaving the lights on all the time. no big deal, i bought a new switch and replaced it.. Hampton bay ceiling fans light does not go off hi, i have a wireless remote for a hampton bay ceiling fan and the light does not go off at all it is always on, all other functions work. please help me figure out why the light will not go off., if your ceiling fan has stopped working: check your home's circuit breaker and see if it is working properly. check the wire connections in your hampton bay ceiling fan by first turning off the power. then open the fan and see if the supply wires from your house and the fan wires are properly connected..

My ceiling fan will not turn off. it is controlled by a remote control only, no switch. the fan is on and won't turn off. however, the light on the fan works and the remote does control the light. i tried replacing the battery for the remote already and i tried turning off the power to the house. when i turn the power back on, the fan goes back on., ceiling fan remote not working. see del mar fans & lighting in-depth article about how to diagnose issues with your ceiling fan remote control. ceiling fan remote troubleshooting. ceiling fan speeds are not working. if your ceiling fan won't turn on or your speed settings are not working properly, you may notice a sharp change in the airflow..

How to replace a broken pull chain switch on a ceiling fan - duration: 7:50. any hour services - electric, plumbing, heating & air 28,150 views, ceiling fan will not shut off as of a day ago, the ceiling fan in our home will not shut off. it used to have 4 settings when you pulled the chain, slow, medium, fast, and off..

How to replace a broken pull chain switch on a ceiling fan - duration: 7:50. any hour services - electric, plumbing, heating & air 29,099 views, ceiling fans are often wired for two power sources, one to the light and one to the fan. there may or may not be a wall switch for either. one standard way to wire this is to use four-conductor cable, with the additional "hot" power coming on the fourth wire.