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Posted by brAin on June 13th, 1998 12:36 PM
In reply to Thanks for the info by Judy on June 13th, 1998 10:21 AM [Go to top of thread]

Balancing is necessary for proper operation.
This could be a number of things with the fan.
? Is the fan old ? If so the might hum.
? What are amps of the fan ? How many amps are comming from the breaker ? Is there enought amps to carry the load of the fan and any other equiptment attached to the same wiring and breaker? Do the lights dim when the fan is turned on ? If so you may have a overloaded circuit. Your switch or wiring may be to light to carry a proper load. Remember you changed from a light to a motorized fan/light. When ever you add a piece of equiptment to an existing system it is always a good pratice to upgrade to the new conditions even if it means adding additional wiring etc.
Judy, by the way do you have smoke alarms installed in your home? If not put some in, nows a good time.
Good Luck,

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