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Westinghouse Lighting

Westinghouse Lighting 3 Speed Fan Switch with Antique Brass Pull Chain

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Description

  • Allows you to add speed control to a ceiling fan
  • Compatible with most single-capacitor ceiling fans
  • Fan maximum 3-amps at 250-volts or 6-amps at 125-volts; RU or CSA certified
  • Model number: 7728600

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Customer Reviews

Works great. Works like a champ. The old 17 yr old switch had broken. This fit perfectly to have my fan up and running in a jiffy. 5Works fine, but you might have to change the wire locationsReview by Quilt Lady's Hubby:Bought this switch to replace the one in our Hunter ceiling fan that is at least 12-15+ years old because the chain pulled out. I moved 1 wire at a time so as to not mix them up, but after installation I had only 1 speed-High. HUH???? After MUCH head scratching & research on-line I found an obscure wiring diagram, from Hunter, on a website which had the same 10MfD/5MfD/250VAC capacitor as ours. It had a note about replacing the switch which requires changing the wire locations.Our original locations were:1-Brown2-Black3-GreenL-GreyThe NEW locations are:1-Grey2-Brown3-GreenL-BlackMoving the wires to these locations restored the fan to proper operation with all 3 speeds!!Hopefully this info might save someone a bunch of frustration.4Dont waste your moneyDont waste your money. Very poor quality. Requires vudu or special super powers to attach the existing wires. Then the ports dont much to original. I wish i read the reviews more carefully before buying.1Switch works fineI'm not a genius, but unless you're really familiar with these switches, you better pay close attention to how you disassemble and assemble them when replacing. Each wire coming off the fan needs to go into the proper slot to assure you're cycling through the fan speeds in the proper order. I didn't. So, now, when pulling the chain to change the speed, I need to skip through to get to the right speed. Seems there could be an easier way of identifying which slot on the switch you're hooking the fan wire up to. That all said, the switch is working fine and I've no issues since installing it.33 speed ceiling fan switch replacementDirect replacement for my 3 speed ceiling fan when my chain broke. Ensure you mark the 4 wires before disconnecting the old switch. Easy to install with basic hand tools.5Perfect Replacement For A 3 Speed FanAt the beginning of summer I pulled the chain on my sun room ceiling fan and the chain completely came off. I knew it was an easy fix, but taking the fan all a part was my biggest setback. So here it is, August and very hot - it was time to replace the blasted switch.I went with the Westinghouse brand, because it was something I heard of before. The price was also a selling point, but the main thing that caught my eye was that they included a pull string. I thought that was a nice touch and even though I didn't need it, I will save it for when I do.Replacing the switch wasn't easy. I couldn't get the old wires out, so I had to break the old unit apart. I did this wire by wire, making sure I got the numbers right. The number line up on this switch was not the same as the old switch. My photos show the front and back of the switch. The white one is the new Westinghouse switch. No worries, the wires went right into the new switch and all is working now.For those thinking about tackling a job like this, but aren't sure. After removing the 3 retainer screws off the ceiling fan - the lights will drop and there is a connector that you can disconnect to fix the electric parts. I fixed mine on my kitchen table which is my part time work shop now a days. I just wanted to note the ceiling fans do come apart piece by piece and I cleaned mine when I have a chance like this. My whole unit now looks brand new - a little elbow grease goes a long way.All in all, I'm glad to have my ceiling fan working again and it didn't cost much - not much at all.5Worked great.This inexpensive switch worked great. Fortunately the wires from my old switch were "tinned" with solder as I would expect. The wire lead ends need to be tinned to make the ends rigid enough to push through the inside one-way clips of the new switch. This switch has lead connections labelled L, 1, 2 and 3. My old switch was labelled the same, so I took a picture of the leads going to the old switch and simply replaced the wires into the new switch to match wire color with the labels.5Delivery Review not the productDelivery said' Handed of directly'. Home all day, no USPS came up my lane and dropped of anything.1Can be used to control lights.Worked perfectly. I used it to control lights rather than the fan. Low speed connected to one light bulb; medium speed connected to other two; high speed connected to all three: one pull-one light, two pulls-two lights, thee pulls-all three lights.5Great!Had to keep on replacing the switches I bought at Walmart. This one's built the last!5Worked well Cheaper than a new fan. Simple to do 5Low is pretty anemic on my fanNothing particularly wrong with this switch, it is indeed a 3speed fan switch, BUT as another reviewer stated, it is not a direct replacement for Zing Ear ZE-268S6 (which is what I was really looking for). My fan is a Hunter and has a dual capacitor inside with both values being 5 microFarads. Hooking this thing up by matching up wire colors to my original gave me HI, LOW, LOW. And if you really stare at the wiring and think about how the switch works, pulling it once connects Port 1 to L, twice connects Port 2 to L, etc. Port 1 has the gray wire from the fan direction switch, which I assume is essentially no capacitance for the motor, and then pulling the switch to get to Port 2 connected a 5 microFarad cap to the L wire, and then pulling it again also connected 5 microFarad cap to the motor. Low is pretty anemic on my fan, my most used setting had always been medium, so what I did to restore Med was to connect BOTH the capacitor wires to Port 2, I just removed the wire from Port 3 and shoved it into Port 2 along with the wire I already had there. Now I have Hi and Med as my fan speeds. If your fan capacitors have different values, like 10 and 5, then I assume this switch would work fine for you.4
Westinghouse Lighting 3 Speed Fan Switch with Antique Brass Pull Chain

Westinghouse Lighting 3 Speed Fan Switch with Antique Brass Pull Chain

4.0
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Regular price
NZ$ 76.00
Sale price
NZ$ 76.00
Regular price
NZ$ 126.00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 40% (NZ$ 50.00)