Model # 7707500

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Westinghouse Replacement 3-Speed Fan Switch with Pull Chain for Triple-Capacitor Ceiling Fans


Replacement 3-Speed Fan Switch with Pull Chain for Triple-Capacitor Ceiling Fans

$5.56 /each

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Product Overview

Fan switches can break over time. The Westinghouse 3-Speed Ceiling Fan Switch is for use in triple-capacitor ceiling fans. Replacing the fan switch is an easy and cost-effective alternative to buying a new fan. Easy to install, this eight-wire unit switch gives you complete control over your fan's rotation speed. The RU certified switch can handle a fan maximum of 3-amps at 250-volts or 6-amps at 125-volts. It comes with a polished brass pull chain and 2-foot braided cord. Generations have trusted Westinghouse to make comfort and convenience a priority. Whether you're looking for the latest technology or reliable quality products, they provide lighting choices that guide you in the right direction. Product reference number 77075.

  • Replacement fan switch controls 3-ceiling fan speeds
  • RU certified 8-wire unit switch
  • For use with triple-capacitor ceiling fans and can handle a fan maximum of 3-amps at 250-volts or 6-amps at 125-volts
  • Easy to install in an existing ceiling fan to repair a broken switch
  • Includes polished brass pull chain and 2-foot braided cord
  • Need it installed? Choose from certified Pros to complete your job by calling 1-855-723-2266

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Customer Questions & Answers

What to connect to L ,1,2,3. on the switch . I have Hampton ceilling fan, the colors ,are Black,white,yellow and orange

Asked by: Artin
This worked for me, L-purple 1-black 2-orange 3-yellow I tried the other suggestion and my fan would not turn off
Answered by: Jnino
Date published: 2016-11-16

Will this work for a hampton bay ceiling fan?

Asked by: sabatino
This is an 8 wire switch. My Hampton Bay fan speed switch is a 4 wire 3 speed switch.
Answered by: JoeCornelius
Date published: 2016-07-20

I have a Jin You 3 speed 8 wire pull chain ceiling fan switch with red, blue,yellow, and black wires, will this switch replace my fan switch?

With your switch, the 1 starts right above the neck where the chain comes out. Then, going counter clock wise, 2, 3/strip, L. With my switch, L,1,2,3/strip.
Asked by: Matt
You will need to contact your ceiling fan manufacturer to see if this 3-speed fan switch will be compatible with your ceiling fan.
Answered by: Westinghouse Support
Date published: 2016-09-23

Will this work for a Westinghouse Panorama(?) 52" fan? It has four oblong lights right below the fan blades.

Chrome with blk & wht reversible blades.
Asked by: Rochetta
Please contact the Westinghouse Consumer Support line at 1-888-417-6222 and they can help you with the correct speed switch for the Westinghouse Panorama ceiling fan.
Answered by: Westinghouse Support
Date published: 2016-06-18
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Customer Reviews

Replacement 3-Speed Fan Switch with Pull Chain for Triple-Capacitor Ceiling Fans is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 16.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from better know what your doing There are 2 configurations for the triple capacitor switch type and no information about the type you are buying. The difference is how the contacts are made inside the switch and it is cycled through the various speeds. My old switch was different from the new. Both configurations can be used with a triple capacitor fan but the new switch may need to be wired differently that the one being replaced.
Date published: 2016-09-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I don't know if I wired it wrong or not,... I don't know if I wired it wrong or not, but the medium speed doesn't work.
Date published: 2017-03-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from 3-speed fan switch This item matched the switches original to our Hunter fan model in appearance only. Both are set up for triple capacitor hook ups. This switch did not work correctly for the Hunter model ceiling fans we have, when metered with respect to the correct wiring hookup it functions as High - low - off - off, not high-medium-low-off as in the original fan switch. There are three versions of this switch that have different cam configurations to yield various speed -on-off control to the fan. Home depot listings make no distinction as to application other than being suitable for a triple capacitor switch replacement. It may or may not have the correct cam configuration to function a 3-speed fan as intended. I found an online supplier that has the information necessary to choose the correct switch configuration based on the speed-on-off sequence required by the various fans models in use.
Date published: 2016-10-04
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Does not work. This replacement switch does not look like the original switch in the Hampton Bay ceiling fan. It has two layers instead one. Thus, there are eight holes for four wires, whereas the original switch had only four holes for the four wires. There are no instructions. The wires can be inserted too easily. There is no positive connection so the wires readily come loose. Unlike other switches, there are no release mechanisms to disengage to the wires. I guessed that a single layer of the switch would be equivalent to the original switch so I connected the four wires in the same positions as in the original switch. It did not work.
Date published: 2015-10-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Two bad switches from HD. I purchased this switch and when I tested it at home I found that one of the wire connection would not except the wire. I returned it and got a new on which also was bad, the same way.
Date published: 2015-11-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worked fine I'm not that handy, but this was really easy to replace. 1) look to see which colors go in which numbered hole on your current one. 2) snip wires and strip new wire, or use something to insert into the old holes to remove the current wire. I just cut mine and twisted the ends 3) Use an ice pick or something to make sure the spring loaded clip inside the new one is working. I just stuck an ice pick in to loosen it up, then twisted wires and stuck them in. Worked fine 4) took about 10 minutes total after I removed the housing 5) a wire stripper is a good investment and makes this easier
Date published: 2015-04-11
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not What I Need for my Hunter Original I've tried several of the Westinghouse fan switches from HD and unfortunately none of them work for my Hunter Originals from the late '80's. Instead I have to use generic fan switches from "Wallytown" Go Figure. This specific switch, being an 8 wire, is twice as thick as a standard switch and won't fit my fan. Just an FYI.
Date published: 2012-09-18
Rated 1 out of 5 by from it didn't work It said it would work but it didn't. Another review I read said it didn't work for the same reason mine didn't work. The wires wouldn't stay in the switch. Guess I should have listened. Good luck.
Date published: 2016-08-16
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