Published at Monday, November 26th 2018. by Doreen Hahn in Ceiling Light.
A ceiling fan with no light bulbs a couple of tools that we'll need for this project are a circuit, tester, and a Phillips screwdriver. So a couple things we're going to check I'm going to check this switch pull chain first, and I hear it clicking on and clicking off. So that seems to be okay. It might be the internal part of the switch, but let's go a little further.
I'm going to remove the canopy to expose the wires and I've already turned off the switch that controls this fan, but I'm going to check it with my tester and I can see that the circuit is dead. So now I'm going to check each connection white to white, I'm going to remove the wire nuts to make sure the wire hasn't broken off inside and I'm going to remove my, in this case, blue to red, which is the controller.
And that seems to be good and my hot water black to black, and that seems to be okay, so the only other problem I'm gonna put the canopy back on the only other problem could be within the pull switch itself. In that case, you'll have to remove the bottom cover and replace the pull switch. This has been Ron Duncan with the house to home and that's how you fix a ceiling fan with no light bulbs.
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