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Electricians can be so much fun can't they ? LOL I would ask the electrician to bypass the remote to check the fan operation first. You need to know if your problem is the remote or the fan itself.. A simple wiring change in the junction box can be done to determine which issue to focus on.. Hope this helps..
Posted on Sep 03, 2008
Hi. The fan has its own built in Variable speed setup. In the case that the red wire belongs to the variable device, wire the Red to Blue(light), and Black to Black Whites to white. Green to Ground. bare wires to ground. Joe
Posted on Sep 26, 2010
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The green wire is ground, the white is neutral, and the black it hot. I really do not understand the question, as the pull chain for the light switch is black and usually there is like blue wire for the lighting kit( which is marked light) as the light sits under the fan housing. The power is wired up top black to black , white to white, and green to ground. Unless you are using two switches one for the light and the other for the fan. I hope this helped Tim
Posted on Oct 24, 2010
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The blue (or black) wire from the light kit is connected to the black wire inside the fan cover.
The white to the white. Make sure to secure power to the circuit before attempting work.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 21, 2011
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