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Remote control installation

Purchased 27314 west indies collection ceiling fan and a separate hunter remote control model 29157.

I would be grateful for clearer instructions on the wiring connections of the remote control receiver when it is placed in the canopy.

There are three wires (w, b, w/b) entering canopy from below and five wires on the remote receiver.
The five wires are labelled but I have no idea how they should connect to the three (w,b,w/b) wires.

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SOURCE: The canopy doesn't seeem to fit flush up against

You just need to wrap it and tuck it .. You might need to cut some of the fan wires shorter so there is not so much bulk under the canopy cover. The fans are shipped with enough wire leads to be able to use a down rod, They can be cut shorter when the fan is being installed.

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Obviously you have 2 (two) hunter fans with remote, so one of the fan needs to have frequency changed : on the base fan you will find (white rectangular )receiver that has 8 (eight small) switches, the same switches you would find in the remote control, slide 1 switch up ( on the remote and the receiver). Make sure same number ok (these 8 switches has #'s 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8) then reinstal your fan back the way it was. you'll be fine. good luck

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The red wire in the ceiling is probably used in a shared neutral circuit and not needed for the fan. If it's not capped off already, it should be.

Just use black, white and ground from the ceiling.


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