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Light ON Fan ON. Cannot operately sperately by remote.

I use an Fanaway ceiling fan . The problem is when I switch on the light only using remote, the fan also switched on. When I switch on both light and fan, only fan is on but not light. I have no way to switch off the fan. I suspect the wire is conncted wrong. At the moment, black, white and red wire from the remote reciver is connected to "N", "L" and "LA" of the ceiling plate respectively. I suspect the correct connection should be black, white and red to "LA", "N" and "L" respectively. I fear if my change to the wring is wrong. Would it cause disastrous damage to the fan? thanks

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Do you have a Fanaway or Minka Aire Concept fan? Anyway it's usually wired this way; Black to black, white to white & red to blue.

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SOURCE: Ceiling fan switch

you connect white to blue

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