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Old 09-03-2019, 06:58 PM   #1
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Power for Fantastic Fan

Sooo, i have the fan, the sealant is coming and the old fan is out, now the question is where to get the power from?
It seems like one set of wires is from the ligjts and the other comes from a wall switch???Click image for larger version

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In my 2001 Safari the wall switch powered both the fan and the light. So basically we left the wall switch on all the time and controlled the fan and the light with their switches.

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Hi

The simple way to check things is to use a DVM to see what has 12V on it. If indeed everything is dead with the switch turned off, there's not much choice.

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