This replacement switch is designed for use with 14 gauge single strand wire. For older Hampton Bay fan, Westinghouse 3 speed switch part number 77286 single capacitor did not work. I just replaced my Hampton Bay ceiling fan switch with a Westinghouse 77020 switch found at Home Depot. Lesson learned: match the switch type to the design of your ceiling fan 1 capacitor or 2 capacitor because they are incompatible unless you do. Delightful ceiling fan light pull chain zing ear lamp. They were surprisingly L-purple, 1-gray, 2-brown, 3-black. I found a zing ear ze 208s at Ace hardware, they said it is universal 3 speed.
I have no idea which one should turn a fan off. Polished Brass Ceiling Fan Light Switch with Pull Chain 1-Pack Aspen Creative is dedicated to offering a wide Aspen Creative is dedicated to offering a wide assortment of attractive and well-priced portable lamps kitchen pendants vanity wall fixtures outdoor lighting fixtures lamp shades and lamp accessories. Casa Blanca fans record your own color-positions. Thank you but, Homedepot already offered that solution. I have a Hampton Bay ceiling fan with light kit. Used a tiny screwdriver type used to repair eyeglasses in the terminals to remove the old wires since pushing a paperclip into the holes on top of each terminal did not release the wires.
I have replaced the switch that controls the speed with a Westinghouse, 77021. Currently waiting for Lowes, to get in new stock!!! It's the 4 wire type, and so far, has worked well on all speeds. Can someone please help me with this issue? When the chain broke, the fan was on Medium speed and continued to run at that speed until I shut off the power to do the switch replacement. Do not use 77021 switch. I really figured that the L would be black and I've seen postings on line that mention that as the usual thing. They still couldn't be inserted into the switch. I found out that the reason is because the ceiling fan I have is a one capacitor 5-wire, 3-speed system, and this switch is for a 2 capacitor system.
When the chain broke, the fan was on Medium speed and continued to run at that speed until I shut off the power to do the switch replacement. I'm hoping I can find a better deal than that. Be sure to write down the wire colors that correspond with the numbers stamped on the old piece. You can share this 28Aquascape Pump photos upon social media sites or go to them as Display portray or cover photo upon Facebook. I have replaced the switch that controls the speed with a Westinghouse, 77021. Thanks for the good info, Choro. I'm hoping I can find a better deal than that.
The Westinghouse 3-Speed Ceiling Fan Switch is for use in single-capacitor ceiling fans. It is back to working, and as usual I control the speed with the dimmer switch. Their markings are identical, so you can't determine which one is in the blister pack at the store Home Depot in my case. There are samples of various fan wiring diagrams online and this is just one of them. Replacing the fan switch is a cost-effective alternative to buying a new fan.
My 3-speed fan works properly with this replacement. I see you have tried a different fan switch that did not work. I followed the instructions carefully, noting the colors of wire that went to each terminal on the old switch and using them with the new switch. You can scroll all along to see all of the Delightful Ceiling Fan Light Pull Chain Zing Ear Lamp wallpaper and chose the best along with every of these wallpapers. We have in-house designers that follow current trends and develop cool new products to meet those trends. Do not cut the wires from the old switch.
Cut the hot conductor using wire cutters in the location you want to install the switch. Sorry to hear your having a problem with you fan switch. I found out your fan was manufactured by a company called Crest Fan. The Westinghouse switch is a standard 1 pole 4 position switch with a common L and three separate contacts. It was in the house when I bought it.
I really figured that the L would be black and I've seen postings on line that mention that as the usual thing. I tried the black then the orange in the L spot and nothing happens, dead fan! But try not to cut or damage any wire insulation. I capped the purple and brown wires, and twisted the black and yellow wire together. I went back on line to see if I could find the right part for the fan. I then tried a paper clip, which worked, but I am afraid of breaking another one.