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Dayton fan motor 6C539A Grainger switch number 34G191. Luckly I have two fans. So when the one I went to pull out fell apart before making anything I pulled the other one apart. Okay, on the white plastic there are numbers l(1), ll(2), lll(3). Orange wire l(1), nothing in ll(2), blue wire lll(3). Now on the black plastic, the outlet wires go here: black wire L, white outlet is 180degrees (by orange wire) NEUTRAL SPLICER. Now, white wire from motor goes into the other side of the NEUTRAL SPLICER next to the black wire on the black plastic. This is just above the ll(2) on the white plastic. REMEMBER - NOTHING GOES INTO THE ll(2) ON THE WHITE PLASTIC.
Posted on May 26, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The reverse switch on my Hampton Bay ceiling fan didn't work. I cut the 6 wires; 1 white, 1 gray, 2 pink, 2 yellow. Here's what I did. Removed reverse switch. Had 6 wires white, gray, 2 yellow, 2 pink. Connected gray to yellow, connected white to pink and fan runs fine. Is this OK? I do not need to reverse fan. It's been running for 1 hour now with no problems. Don S.
Posted on Jun 11, 2010
I have similar problem, although I have 1 high speed and 2 lows, no medium. before I replaced the switch (which was no help) I marked the wires.
Posted on Jul 05, 2009
What I did was (but be VERY VERY carefull) is have the fan plugged in, and check which wires give which speed when you touch the main wire. VERY carefull. I'm not liable for any harm done to you or your fan.
Posted on May 09, 2009
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