Zing Ear ZE-268s1 3 Speed Ceiling Fan Switch 6A 125VAC


Color: Brass without wires
Price:
Sale price$5.75
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In stock (27 units), ready to be shipped

Description

Zing Ear ZE-268s1 4 wire fan switch comes in two variations: with or without wires and includes an additional 2-ft pull chain.

This switch fits ceiling fans including Hampton Bay, Hunter, Harbor Breeze, Casablanca, Westinghouse, etc.

Zing Ear ZE-268s1 Pull Chain Switch Specifications

  • Condition: New
  • Model number: ZE-268s1
  • Electrical rating: 6A 125VAC - 3A 250VAC
  • Function: Off, High, Medium, Low
  • Internal positions: Off, L-1, L-2, L-3
  • UR (UL) recognized in US and Canada E89885
  • CSA approved
  • Material: Plastic housing

Zing Ear ZE-268s1 is Compatible with

  • Zing Ear ZE-208s
  • Shine Top LS-102-01 (Black wire attached to terminal “L” and the terminal number is L-1-2-3 in the counterclockwise direction)
  • GC35-0867
  • Sun-Lite SL-A-200A
  • Wu Pin LJY-209A and LJY-280A 4-hole (black wire is attached to terminal “L” and the terminal number sequence is L-1-2-3 in the counterclockwise direction)
  • KTE 3089T (Circuit R)
  • Fransco S01 4-hole
  • Santa 4-hole switch (black wire is attached to terminal “L” and the terminal number sequence is L-1-2-3 in the counterclockwise direction
  • Jin You 4-hole switch (black wire is attached to terminal “L” and the terminal number sequence is L-1-2-3 in the counterclockwise direction)

Compatibility Notes

  • Black wire (AC line/power) must be attached to terminal "L" on the old/existing switch, otherwise, this switch is not a compatible replacement.
  • The terminal number sequence on the old/existing switch must be 1-2-3-L  in a counterclockwise direction; otherwise, this is not a compatible replacement.
  • For more details on compatibility, please visit this page.

For wiring instructions, please visit this link

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Jerry Brewster
Zing Ear ZE-268s1 3 Speed Ceiling Fan Switch 6A 125VAC

The chain broke in the old switch right at the link that pulled on the switch. No way to just replace the chain. The Switch Prince tech help asked for a photo of the old switch and info on the case of the switch and indicated which switch I needed. Perfect match. My "research" indicated a different switch! Glad I took their advice. All is well.