20 Most Recent AMS Lutron S2-LFSQ Skylark Dual Slide-to-Off Fan Speed Control and Dimmer 2 in Questions & Answers


You need to run another (separate) wire from the ceiling fan/light to the wall box, so you can wire one slider to the light, and one to the fan.

AMS Lutron... | Answered on Nov 01, 2013


Sorry, its not something you can do from the wall-control. Unless the fan had a an embedded/built-in control module, the fan manufacturer's rarely make the "reverse" setting available from the wall control.

AMS Lutron... | Answered on Mar 02, 2011


The only obvious idea I can think of is that someone swapped the light bulbs out for a different kind (replaced an incandescent with a non-dimmable compact fluorescent).

If it isn't directly related to the light bulb, then I would call Lutron's tech support number to help them diagnose. They're at 1-800-523-9466 and are available 24/7.

AMS Lutron... | Answered on Feb 27, 2011


Call Lutron's tech support center directly at 1-800-523-9466. They're available 24/7 andif you're just looking for a knob or part of the knob, they'll probably just send it to you.

AMS Lutron... | Answered on Jan 04, 2011


Yeah, it matters.

The first thing is that the fan-speed in that control is only rated for 1.5-Amps. The issue with bathroom fans (I have to assume an exhaust fan) is not only how much current they pull during normal operation, but what happens if the fan rotor locks - that can pull some pretty hefty current slugs that the device is NOT rated for.

Also, generally speaking, putting fan-control on an exhaust fan doesn't work that well. If you slow down the speed at all, it significantly minimizes the amount of air-flow going through the room - which means you're using all of that energy for basically nothing.

My recommendation is to instead get Lutron's MA-L3T251- device. Here, you have the dimmer for the lights (same as the control you bought), and you have a timer switch that's rated for general purpose fan loads (up to 2.5A).

AMS Lutron... | Answered on Dec 02, 2010


Lutron S2-LFSQ is made to control one ceiling paddle fan & 1 light. Switch will not work on florescent lights.
See manual

To use this product, your fan and light must already be controlled by 2 separate switches.

If you have just one switch that turns on the light & fan together, the S2-LFSQ will not work (without additional wiring).

Okay, you have two switches. One switch turns fan on-and-off. The other switch turns light on-and-off.

Here is wiring diagram from manual: See diagram larger

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Here's how to wire:
-Before disconnecting wires from existing switches, mark each wire with tape and pen.
-There is one wire that feeds power to both switches > mark this the 'Hot wire' and it connects to Lutron black wire (if you are unsure about this wire, remove switches, separate wires, turn on power and test each wire to bare ground, tape tester leads to wood sticks so hands are away from power, Tester lights up on Hot wire)
-The switch that controls fan > mark this the 'Fan wire' and it will connect to Lutron Yellow wire
-the switch that controls light > mark this the 'light wire' and it will connect to Lutron Red wire
-Lutron Green wire or bare wire connects to bare ground wire.

AMS Lutron... | Answered on Oct 02, 2010


You will have power coming in through a black wire and white wire on the cable set that does not go out to your fan. The black will connect to your switch to power it. Then there will be two other terminals on your switch one for your fan and one for your light. The red and black that go out to your fan and light are connected to these two terminals. The whites get connected together. If you mix the red and black up and the switches are controlling the the wrong things, simply switch the black and red wires. (Note: If by three wires to your fan you meant black, white and bare copper this dual switch cannot be used, as bare copper is simply a ground wire and cannot be used as a constant electrical conductor.)

AMS Lutron... | Answered on Jun 05, 2010


No, the way the motor speed control works is different from the way a light dims. If you connect it, it might work for a while, but it will either burn up the dimmer or the fan motor.

AMS Lutron... | Answered on May 22, 2010


This is simply a "switch" or think maybe a gate. It is either open or closed. Power can flow through or not.

It does not matter where the 2 (probably black) wires go, just that the ground is on the ground lug.

AMS Lutron... | Answered on Nov 04, 2009


Yes, it sounds like your input power wire got mixed up with one of the output wires.

AMS Lutron... | Answered on Sep 25, 2009


The old switch is just a single pole switch. The new one is for fan speed control. You need to use a regular single pole switch like you had. Or you can use a single pole switch on the Lutron you bought if you can figure out which wires to use. Do you have a meter?

If you need further help, I’m available over the phone at https://www.6ya.com/expert/craig_3fa289bf857b1a3c

AMS Lutron... | Answered on Jun 30, 2009


Likely the carburetor float has stuck open or there is debris in the fuel tank that has lodged in the carb needle valve.

Try adding an inline fuel filter, remove carb bowl/float and clear/clean fuel needle valve.

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