7 New Hunter 4 Speed Ceiling, Wiring Diagram Ideas
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Edit: delivered a couple of pix and a layout of the wires; i checked hunter's website however they do not have a wiring diagram. I did discover that there has been a short in the lampholder assembly itself that is/became the trouble with the light tripping the breaker... However until every person right here can help me discover a "ze-301t" lampholder (alibaba sells them, minimal of a thousand desktops) then i would just ought to get a new fan. For now even though, it would be excellent if the fan element worked even without the lighting. I'll take readings with a multimeter tonight and submit them.
Go looking for a circuit diagram on your actual version of fan (in all likelihood findable on the producer's internet site) in an effort to let you know how the antique transfer become related, if you want to offer the data needed to join the brand new transfer. We've mentioned this earlier than, however the android app makes trying to find and linking to the previous answer quite worrying so i will go away it o others to provide that hyperlink.
I have a hunter ceiling fan (3 speed with lights, all on one transfer) and the pull switch for the fan broke. So, i went to hd and got a substitute switch that regarded identical, equal volts/amps rating and forty five wires, equal because the antique one. I idea i set up the wires to l, 1, 2, and 3 in the identical configuration as the old one, however now the fan won't flip off, and there are only two settings (high/low). Additionally, if i pull the mild switch, it arcs and the breaker journeys right away (afci breaker). I checked all the connections and they're appropriate, so it is not arcing from loose wires. Glaringly i must have either stressed it otherwise from the original one or this switch is one-of-a-kind than the original one. Is there a manner i can diagnose this without just trial and errors? Is it even feasible to repair, or do i want to get a brand new fan?.