ONE IS NOT REALLY BLACK, YOU NEED TO TEST THE VOLTAGE WITH A VOLTAGE TESTER. tHE TESTER HAS TWO SHICKS PUT ONE ON THE GROUND(GREEN AND YELLOW) AND THE OTHER TO ONE OF THE BLACKS THE ACTUAL HOT WILL SET OFF TESTER. THAT IS YOUR BLACK THE OTHER IS THE WHITE
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1. Have on hand either wire connectors or electrical tape
2. Look at the wires coming from your ceiling fan. The black wire from the ceiling fan is the hot wire that runs the motor and turns the fan blades. The white wire is neutral and completes the fan circuit. The blue wire is the hot wire for the ceiling fan light fixture. The ceiling fan motor does not have a ground wire.
3. Find the short green wire or the green ground screw on your ceiling fan hanging bracket. Attach the bare copper wire from your electrical box to the short green wire by twisting and orange wire connector to the two wires. If you only have a green ground screw, wrap the bare copper wire around this screw and tighten the screw against the bracket to secure the wire.
4. Match the end of the white insulated wire from the ceiling fan to the end of the white wire from your electrical box. Twist a wire connector onto the two wires to complete the neutral circuit.
5. Connect the black insulated wire from the ceiling fan to the black insulated wire from the electrical box. If you do not have a separate toggle switch on the wall to operate the ceiling fan and light separately, grab the blue wire and place it with the black wire from the fan motor and the black insulated wire from the electrical box. Twist a wire connector to all three wires. If you have the additional toggle switch, connect the two black wires together with an orange wire connector, and then match the blue wire and the red wire together. Twist another orange wire connector on the red and blue wires
Not understanding, three pole switch is a wrong switch, wires in the ceiling or wall electric box.
Needed: What switch is existing and what wires are in the switch box and runs or groups in each run coming in as wire groups. Same for ceiling box, colors and wires in each run coming in.
Basically, remove the existing ceiling fixture and connect the ceiling fan replacing the fixture to the same wires the fixture was connected to. White to white, green or bare to green or bare, colored wire to fan's blue and black. Wired like this one switch controls both fan and light, on and off at same time. Use fan pull chain switch for individual fan or light control.
I don't know what the question is! I don't know that fan but if it's a ceiling fan & you only have one hot wire then you would wire it this way; White to white, green to green or ground, & black & blue from fan to black house wire.
Sounds like you have two hot wires. Just need to find out which wire goes to the wall switch. Try gray to black from fan,pink to black/white wire.white to white & green to green. If this doesn't work swich the pink & gray wires.
Try this, connect green wire to bare wire. Connect both black (power) wires to black wire in the box. Connect the blue wire to the button for the lights, and the red wire with the strip to the button for the fan, and the common for the buttons to the white wire.
Radio Constant 12V+ Wire: White/Green Radio Switched 12V+ Wire: White/Red Radio Ground Wire: Black Radio Illumination Wire: n/a Radio Dimmer Wire: Red/Black Radio Antenna Trigger Wire: n/a Radio Antenna Location: Rear Glass Front Speakers Size and Location: 6 1/2′ Doors Left Front Speaker Wire (+): Blue/Green Left Front Speaker Wire (-): Gray/Black Right Front Speaker Wire (+): Red/Green Right Front Speaker Wire (-): Brown/Black Rear Speakers Size and Location: 6′ x 9′ Rear Deck Left Rear Speaker Wire (+): Blue/Yellow Left Rear Speaker Wire (-): Gray/White Right Rear Speaker Wire (+): Red/Yellow
is your house older, Some old wires its hard to tell which one is the grounded conductor(nuetral), Both Look black. If this is case You need to test it with a voltage tester- The green and yellow is a ground wire. Test the green with the voltage tester, Along with one of the blacks, if the Black and green set of the voltage tester that black is the hot. hook it up to the black on the lt. hook white to the other black. and green to either green screew or ground wire which ever is provided
you may have two dedicated ceiling fan circuits coming out of that box, check to make sure theres not a black wire bunched up in the ceiling or cut off, or try this
1.white to white wires, and black wire and black with a white stripe to red wire out of ceiling for fan and light together operation
2. If you can find the black and the red and the white coming out of the ceiling then you may have two switches on the wall for that fan, red for black fan wire, black with white stripe for the to black out of the ceiling , white all together. try that combination
for separate light and fan control from the wall
Its not hooked up right. Black is hot , Black to Black always. green is ground , usually the green grounds to the mounting screws without any connections needed. the rest are variable you can have only 1 or 2 extra wires left. one to fan , one to lights, either way they go to white (neutral) Do you have a dual wall switch with lights and fan or are you using the remote? How many wires and what color are they that comes out of the ceiling box?