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Old 09-07-2015, 06:03 PM   #1
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fantastic fan power

I don't have power to my fantastic fan, I have a good fuse and the wire from the fuse has power. I hooked up a 110 to 12volt inverted to the red and black wire at the fan control panel and it works, could the fuse in the fan be bad?

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Old 09-07-2015, 06:49 PM   #2
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Yes, it could be. the fuse location is pretty standard, regardless of model:
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Contact Fantastic Fan, they have great customer service. I had a motor fail about 3 years ago and they sent me a new one, no cost.
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I would check the switch on the top. If you climb up on top of the rig you will see a switch that gets pushed down when you close the lid. So far of the 3 I have 1 had some corrosion in it which just needed cleaning, and the other one was loose, just needed tightening.
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