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Witch wire from my remote control unit whitch contains a red white wire on one sidde of the box and a white blue and black on the other

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On the side with blue black and white the go color for color to the motor wires.
the side with red and white:
red goes to hot in ceiling
white goes to neutral in ceiling.

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