Question about Hunter 52" Ceiling Fan With Light And Remote Control
Replacing the fan switch
Wall mount. Cut the power to the switch by tripping the breaker at the "fuse box". You will need help to see what breaker controls that lighting circuit.
Get new switch,remove old switch from wall mount and note the color coding of the wires.
There will be screws that attach the power wires to the switch and
wires that go to the fan.Power wires are one black and one white. The other wire is a green ground wire.
Remove the wires,one at a time and connect to the switch,IF there is enough wire length to do so.You will need pliers to yank the wires out.
The stripped,bare wire at the end should go on the new fan switch so when you tighten the wire end,the wire end tightens onto the terminal clockwise.
If the stripped end is broken off,strip another 3/4" of wire and wrap the wire around the terminal,clockwise.
You MAY test the switch B-4 you put it back into the wall.Be careful of the "hot" black wire.
Click the circuit breaker back off and install into the wall box.
Posted on Jan 19, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
People find all kinds of creative ways to wire things. White wires are always supposed to be neutrals and therefore should always go with other white wires, and colored wires should always be hot and should always go with other colored wires. If you have a voltage tester you could test to see if in fact the blue wire is actually the hot and the white is actually the neutral. (test each wire to a ground). If the previous fan was wired backwards, it would not affect the operation of the fan or lights at all. But you'd probably want to make sure the new fan was wired properly. In that case connect the white from the fan to the neutral and the black and black/white to the hot.
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
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Hello. I really hope the 2nd grey is simply a faded purple or green. The most common configurations would be: L - Black, 1 - Grey, 2 - Brown, 3 - Purple or green. Here's a link to some troubleshooting advice: http://www.ceiling-fans-n-more.com/ceiling-fan-pullchain-replacement-and-repair.php and a link to diagrams: http://www.hurontel.on.ca/~taitg/pages/cfan.html
Hope these help clear up that nasty faded color for you, and don
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