P > Hi all: I have a Hunter ceiling fan that's about 8 yrs. old and that has
P > begun to malfunction. It has a four-way pull-chain switch (cycles through
P > off-high-med-low-off, etc.). Lately, when the switch is pulled to move fro
P > high to med, the fan does not slow to the med speed but, instead, continues
P > to rotate at high speed, and when the switch is pulled again, as though to
P > move from med to low, the fan stops altogether, as though the switch was on
P > off. Request and would appreciate any suggestions re. probable cause(s) of
P > symptoms just described (I suspect the switch is faulty), and steps require
P > to remedy. Thanks for your replies! PE
I'd venture to guess the switch is failing and should be replaced.
Probable cause is eight years of use.
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