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CEILING FAN SMELLED HOT, TOOK IT APART AND FOUND MELTED CIRCUIT, IS BLACK , SQUARE HAS CBB61 PRINTED ON IT WITH THREE WIRES PURPLE, YELLOW AND RED. HOW DO I GET A REPLACEMENT PART? ALOHA 52" MODEL:5745 (29081)

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Give aloha a call they will replace it. it is the capacitor 1-800-295-4448

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2) Open following link for illustrations and some other links.
http://waterheatertimer.org/How-to-wire-Cooper-277-pilot-light-switch.html#3-speed

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