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Old 07-30-2014, 12:30 PM   #11
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Okay I have done all the above. The light switch was on verified by the light . I check the converter box also those fuses were ok. We were in the Outer Banks for two weeks lots of salt coatings down there so I'm wondering if the switch did get stuck. It does get very corroded there.


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The switch on the fan body - maybe, the wall switch - unlikely.
I had a partially blown fuse once for the bedroom fan which is fused together with the bedroom ceiling lights, the lights were still working but not the fan. As it turned out the fuse still let some current go through (11.5V) but not enough to run the fan, I got so frustrated that I just pulled fuses and found a tiny black speck inside the one in question. I never would have expected the fuse being the culprit esp. since a bad fuse should cause a red LED in the control panel to light up.
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Old 07-30-2014, 12:58 PM   #12
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Thanks guys. I'll check when I get home. Here's hoping for corroded switch


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Opened the vent covers,Climbed on the roof, compressed and extended the switch under the cap of both fans, ----- we have AIR !! Thanks guys.


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Opened the vent covers,Climbed on the roof, compressed and extended the switch under the cap of both fans, ----- we have AIR !! Thanks guys.


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Thanks for the reply! Youroo!! Many times Members forget to let us know the final outcome!
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Thanks for the reply! Youroo!! Many times Members forget to let us know the final outcome!
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