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Old 07-05-2013, 11:44 PM   #1
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Ceiling fan

We have a 3520ms that has the ceiling fan that has stopped working. I have checked the power to the light and there is no power at the lights. Is there a separate circuit for the fan? I have not found the circuit breaker or wall switch that would control the power to the fan. Any ideas?
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Old 07-06-2013, 01:06 AM   #2
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It wouldn't be too far out of the ball park if the electrical connections in the canopy of the fan have become loose.

Sometimes the manufacturer uses wire nuts to attach wires. It has been reported owners finding loose or completely unattached wire nuts on various things.
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New information - well, we pulled the entire fan assembly out this morning and there is no power at the box. But, we cannot figure out what circuit the little devil is wired into. Any Infinity owners with a clue on that?
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Old 07-06-2013, 05:40 PM   #4
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We have a 2012 Infinity 3640RL and the ceiling fan is turned on/off via a standard wall switch located in the control panel near the front door. I forget what else is connected on the same circuit, but I know the fan is not 'alone' on that circuit.
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Well, we found the switch in the control panel (head slap) and after some tweaking the air is moving again. Amazingly we were unaware the fan had a wall switch - we had always used the pull! Thanks everyone!
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At least it wasn't a real electrical trip to the dealership problem.

These things do keep us on our toes at times.
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