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SOURCE: Casablanca Fan W21 Ceiling Fan

Hook the fan's wires up as follows: black = black (hot) white = white (neutral) green = green or bare copper wire (ground) red = not used, so cap off (hot) The red wire is for a light kit. You may have a second switch on the wall to control this. Usually, the ceiling fan will have a red with a green tracer wire that goes with the red wire. If not just cap the red wire off and don't use it.

Posted on Jun 10, 2007

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SOURCE: Fan turned on by phantom signal

Have had similar problem for years when main power supply is interrupted for even a few minutes (lightening storm, brief outage of some sort). When the power supply returns, the fan starts up at the highest speed - not great when you aren't at home. (Mine is in an older kitchen with old time gas pilot lights in the range.) I replaced the wallswitch control - but I still turn off the main power switch when I know I won't be at home

Posted on Jun 28, 2008

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SOURCE: Casablance Ceiling Fan Trouble

itake it the light is still working if it is check the wireing from the pull switch to motor unless you have a neon live tester or volt meter thers nothing else you can check

Posted on Jul 25, 2008

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If you have the intelitouch system, It's probably the circuit board in the fan. Casablanca has great motors but touchy boards. I ordered mine from www.fanmanlighting.com and installed it myself, it wasn't too difficult. Hope this helps

Posted on Feb 06, 2009

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SOURCE: Intell-Touch instructions for casablanca fan/light

Light Operation: With the light in the off position press and hold the light button (do not let go). The lights should start at a dim setting and gradually get brighter and brighter. When they get to a setting you desire let go of the light button. To reduce the brightness of the light you must first turn the light off, and then press the light button and hold it in as described above. If the light is off, and you press the light button quickly to turn it on, the light will go back to the previous setting. So if you last had the light on the high setting, it will go back to the high setting, if you had the light at a lower setting it will turn back on to the lower setting. Keep in mind you can increase the light intensity at any time by pressing and holding the light button, but to decrease the light intensity, you must first turn the light off, and start over by pressing and holding in the light button.
Fan Operation: With the fan in the off position, press and hold the fan button (do not let go). The fan should start at a slower speed and get faster and faster. When the fan is at the speed you desire, let go of the fan button. To slow down the fan speed you must first turn the fan speeds off by pressing and releasing the fan button. If the fan speeds are off, and you press the fan button quickly to turn it on, the fan will go back to the previous setting. So if you last had the fan at the highest setting, it will go back to the high setting, if you had the fan at a lower setting it will turn back on to the lower setting. Keep in mind you can increase the fan speed at any time by pressing and holding the fan button, but to decrease the fan speed you must first turn the fan off, and start over by pressing and holding in the fan button.

Posted on Aug 05, 2010

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