I've had a fan of Apache hunters for a few years. I like that it works great - no problems. Here's my question ... I plugged it in two switches ... one controls the whole fan, one controls the light. I also like the rare occasions when I have to turn on the fan is easy. From time to time, someone presses the power switch and stops responding. I thought about that and I was going to plug in that switch that would fix the problem, but to start, I would have to use the switch. I was also thinking of taking an aura switch to cover that light switch and adding shade bulbs (I don't have any right now and I don't have a hub, so ... $$$ for a cover simple) Apart from adding a Lutron smart switch… which is redundant… or adding something like a great switch (which I want but can't justify)… Am I missing an elegant solution to this?
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