I have a Hunter ceiling fan (3 speed with lights, all on one switch) and the pull switch for the fan broke. So, I went to HD and got a replacement switch that looked identical, same volts/amps rating and 45 wires, same as the old one. I thought I hooked up the wires to L, 1, 2, and 3 in the same configuration as the old one, but now the fan won't turn off, and there are only two settings (high/low). Additionally, if I pull the light switch, it arcs and the breaker trips instantly (AFCI breaker). I checked all of the connections and they're good, so it isn't arcing from loose wires. Obviously I must have either wired it differently from the original one or this switch is different than the original one. Is there a way I can diagnose this without just trial and error? Is it even possible to fix, or do I need to get a new fan?
Edit: added a couple of pictures and a layout of the wires; I checked Hunter's website but they don't have a wiring diagram. I did find out that there was a short in the lampholder assembly itself which is/was the problem with the light tripping the breaker... but unless anybody here can help me find a "ze-301t" lampholder (alibaba sells them, minimum of 1000 pcs) then I might just have to get a new fan. For now though, it'd be good if the fan part worked even without the lights. I'll take readings with a multimeter tonight and post them.