Most fans that I have installed have separate connections for light and fan. One could wire the light and leave the fan unhooked without any problem.
it sounds to me as if you need to open up your relevant boxes to see how things are wired. I have heard nothing in your posts that eliminate the possibility that the fan has separate power for fan and light.Well, I'm assuming that there's a 3-wire cable to the ceiling fan (B,W,R) because I've got a black and red on the [COLOR=blue !important]wall switch[/COLOR]. But apparently, there must be a rewiring situation required in the light kit housing in order to make it work light only... hmm
What has been fixed/This has been fixed.
My assumption is that blue is light and black is fan. I assume, also, that there is a white wire for neutral.There is no separate wiring for fan & light: Blue and Black combined.
Confirm which of the two wires (blue or black) powers the light. Leave the other one disconnected.Is there a way to eliminate the fan motor and hook up just the light?