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Hi, I'm Mike G and I'll be glad to assist you. The first thing is to advise that the factory strips on the lead wires are always too short to make a good connection. Strip the leads, twist the strands and make sure they are ahead of the solid wire going into the wirenut. Check the connection and let me know what you discover.
This may seem like a dumb question, but I have to ask. If there are pullchains on the fan, have you pulled them to see if the fan starts?
Connecting it with power on and getting a spark shouldn't cause it not to work. Is this a direct switch to fan installation or is there a remote also. If there is, what type.
Are both the black wire and the blue wire connected together on a house black wire? If not make the connections that way, seeing as how the light works.
Just to be sure remove that connection, strip the wires again, twist the fan wires together and the join them with the house wire. If that doesn't correct the problem, return the fan as defective. What you did should not have caused the problem.
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Disconnect the black and blue wires, strip them again, twist them together before connecting to the house wire. If that doesn't correct the problem, return the fan as defective. What you did would not have caused it to fail.
Very well, I'll opt out. Have a good afternoon.