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Everything the expert suggested has already been checked and the problem is NOT THAT THE LIGHT DOES NOT WORK (as stated by the initial expert). Is there some sort of overload protection or other component in the light kit that can have gone bad and is causing the lights to flash at a steady tempo? The other component is wired to the power that goes to the 4 light sockets (and here is my suspect part). If you go to the web page I have listed below, you can even see a photo of the offending part in FixYa Solution #3.
The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to post Please use English characters only. This is not flickering as if there is a loose connection, this is just like a string of Christmas tree lights set to blink. Both the pull chain for the fan and for the lights work, but the lights still flash when turned on.

I suspect it is a dimmer assembly, that it has failed and that it is causing the lights to blink when powered.
Power to the light kit and fan are the same (wired exactly as prescribed by the Hunter directions for a single switch installation). My initial thought was the remote system but that has all been removed and the unit has been restored to the single switch wiring. Could I be on the right track? stevelevan Aug 14, 2011 I Googled the part number 98480-02 and found lots of other people with exactly the same problem with Hunter fan lighting kits and that very part.
I suspect the problem is something past the connection of the circuit to the light kit and not before since the fan runs just fine. stevelevan Aug 14, 2011 The power going to the unit was checked and is correct. When connected to another circuit the light kit performs the same way (either off or flashes).
According to the other FixYa solutions, the part is a wattage limiter and the best fix is to bi-pass it.

I have removed the light kit (easy, just 3 screws and all the wiring connections were tight). Within the light kit there are three components: 2 that are labeled with the same ID's but are not exactly the same and appear to be capacitors.
These "capacitors" are connected to the wiring that goes back up from the fan's side pull-chain to the fan (I don't find them suspect since the fan works).

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