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Old 02-09-2011, 10:57 PM   #1
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How do I turn the bedroom ceiling fan off?

This is weird, once the fan is turned on the only thing the fan switch in the bedroom does is change the speed? I got it to stop by shutting down the battery power, but there must be another way??? OH yeah this is on my (new to me) 2007 Tour
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Old 02-09-2011, 11:00 PM   #2
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Try flipping the switch to a "neutral" position halfway between top (high speed) and bottom (low speed) positions. That's how it works on our Tour. And, it stumped our salesman, too.

Hope that helps. (I'm not sure my explanation makes sense....)
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Try flipping the switch to a "neutral" position halfway between top (high speed) and bottom (low speed) positions. That's how it works on our Tour. And, it stumped our salesman, too.

Hope that helps. (I'm not sure my explanation makes sense....)
YES your explanation makes sense! I will try that tomorrow. I have just been switching it back and forth, so will try and find a "middle" point between the two. Thanks for the quick reply!!

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YES your explanation makes sense! I will try that tomorrow. I have just been switching it back and forth, so will try and find a "middle" point between the two. Thanks for the quick reply!!

Andy
Yes that worked!!! Thanks
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Glad to hear it! We've found so much help on this forum, it's a treat to offer some for a change. Enjoy that new Tour! It should be a fine fulltiming machine!

Safe travels,
Mary and Paul
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We had the same problem as Boris and Natsha flipping the switch to the neutral position turns it off ours also has a switch on the fan head up by the ceiling ours is on the backside of the motor, enjoy your Tour
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Old 02-19-2011, 02:57 PM   #7
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I believe that is to change the direction of the fan, either to pull air to ceiling or push away from ceiling. To aid in heating or cooling air circulation.

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