What is the black box inside my ceiling fan?
Besides, is it safe to remove wattage limiter in ceiling fan?
Yes, it is absolutely safe to remove wattage limiter from the ceiling fan. You might have to cut off a couple of connectors that come with the fan and use some twisted caps instead. You need to work with the wires, so ensure power is turned OFF!! The pull chain switch usually has two wires, let us call them A and B.
Likewise, why does the ceiling fan work but not the light? When your ceiling fan lights quit working, the answer to why they quit isn't always as straightforward as a burned-out light bulb. This can cause loose wire connections anywhere from the wall switch to the light kit. Damaged light sockets and a broken pull chain switch can also cause the fan's lights to stop working.
Additionally, what is inside a ceiling fan?
A ceiling fan consists of a few basic parts, namely an electric motor with a housing, blades and the “irons" that hold most types in place, and a downrod or other mounting device.
What is a power limiter?
In electronics, a limiter is a circuit that allows signals below a specified input power or level to pass unaffected while attenuating (lowering) the peaks of stronger signals that exceed this threshold. Limiting is any process by which the amplitude of a signal is prevented from exceeding a predetermined value.