Question about Hunter 22890 52'' Low Profile Plus Antique Brass Ceiling Fan
If you are connecting the ground wire and causing the breaker to trip, that means that there is a short somewhere and the ground wire is completing the short. are you sure that you have the wiring correct? You should have a black and white wire coming from the breaker. Not sure what the wire colors of your fan are but always keep the white wires together. You should also check to see if there any cuts in the wires them selves. Another thing to check is disconnect the fan from the circuit, see if the light will then turn on with the ground wire attached and vise versa with the light, see if the fan will work by itself. Let me know what you find out.
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Mar 26, 2017 | Dryers
Red supposed to be the line (hot Wire) if you have a voltmeter try to verify this if not the other color has to be White that's the neutral and the green is the ground, now, on your fan you have the Light-wire, the Fan-wire usually they are black and red the neutral is white and the ground is no color (cooper), if you want to turn on the light and the fan separately you need to run another hot-wire and another switch if not
Red wire from the house to Light and Fan Wires
White wire from the house to white wire from the fan
And ground to ground
The only thing is that when you turn the wall switch on you have the light and the fan on you will have to turn either one off manually
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