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Answser to question: The Zing ear in my Hunter fan contained the pull chain for the fan part and the chain snapped off at

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1. General Question #6685 Posted: 9/21/2008 3:43:59 PM | View page where question was posted

The Zing ear in my Hunter fan contained the pull chain for the fan part and the chain snapped off at the zing ear. how can this be fixed?

Call Hunter Technical support at: 1-888-830-1326. They will get you a replacement switch and answer any questions you have about installing it. Just a word of caution...before you do you remove the bad switch from the fan, be sure to make note as to which wires go into which holes in the switch, otherwise you will not know how to install the new switch. I would suggest putting a piece of tape on each wire and marking on the tape the number or letter of the hole that the wire goes into on the switch (there are markings on the switch itself). Normally, it is simply a matter of pulling the wires out of the bad switch then sticking them into the new switch. There is a small metallic trap door inside each hole in the switch, so when you go to pull the wires out, stick a paper clip in the hole to push the door open, this will help the wire will come out cleanly so that you do not have to cut the end off. When installing the new switch, do not use the paper clip to open the trap door as you may permanently bend it to a point where the wire will not stay in. Push the wires into the new switch and then pull on them gently to make sure they are held securely in place by the trap.

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