Ceiling fans switch is one feature to help you in turning on and off. Saving electricity when not using the fan is worthy to save some cash. Ceiling fans switch help conserve electricity in the summertime by reducing your dependence on air conditioning, and lighting kit connected can fill a room with bright light, especially when CFLs are used. Over time, however, the pull chain that controls lights ceiling fan can start to break down, causing the lights not turn off or turn on. In this case, the switch changes the string and continues using the existing fan. Remove power from the ceiling fan. If connected to a wall outlet only need to disconnect, but if fed directly, you must find the switch that controls that circuit. Get all lights and glass shades mount lighting. This will help to lighten the weight of the lighting together.
Chain ceiling fan switch locates the switch that controls the lighting system. Use your voltmeter to make sure the power is off. The traction to turn the lights is generally located near the bottom of the fan, closer to the lights. Chain which controls the fan is located closer to the blades. If you have a dangling pull chain, pull it out. Notice retire when there is a cap screwed by leaving the string. Unscrew and remove the cover. This will release the chain fan switch.