Question about Speed Ceiling Fan 3-speed Switch By Westinghouse 77021
I believe I am returning the wires to their appropriate positions but I only get a hum from the fan when I turn the main power back on.
Inside the fan I have purple, yellow, gray and black
The switch the hardware store sold me has black, red, white and blue
Westinghouse quoted me the 77021 switch but the local hardware said they don't buy these replacement parts from Westinghouse and that the one they recommend will fix it.
They say even thought the wire colors don't match, as long as the L,1,2,3 are spliced appropriately it'll work.
It's not working!
Where do the the purple, yellow, gray and black correspond in relation to L,1,2,3?
If you are careful and take the hot coming into the fan from the power source and connect it to the colored wires one at a time, you will be able to find which one is high, med. and low. Then connect them. Hot in is L, 1 is low, 2 is med, 3 is high
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
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