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I am replacing the light socket in my ceiling fan

There is a white and black wire for the socket. there is two blue wires at the pull chaqin and there is a white and blue wire comming out of the fan. How are these wires to be paired up?

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• fred0068 Jan 02, 2009

I thought that was the correct combination. there must be something else wrong with the fan as the light still does not work.

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Put white wires together,and black with the blues together.

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