I have had 2 people work on this issue. We bought a new ceiling fan light kit. Before attachment of the new light a test of the white wire for the light (certain of that it says so on the wire) and the blue wire from the fan show there is electric current when the light is attached, however, the light does not work and the same test reveals no current to those same wires. Take the light off and the circuits are onec again "live". The fan continues to work just fine.
I have had the switch looked at. It is getting electricity. It is a dimmer switch and I wondered if that is a possibility.
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