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Connect blue wire light ground

I have a Minka Aire F803 ceiling fan. I don't understand the wiring for the wall transmitter. My wall outlet has 3 wires black,white and ground. The manuals states do not connect either of the black wires to the white. The green/yellow wire is the ground and I connected that to the ground. The 2 blacks I connected to the 1 black outlet wire but what do I do with the outlet white? The fan or lights do not work with my current wiring, what am I doing wrong?

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I think you have to connect the black to the white if you don't have any other wires.

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you connect white to blue

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