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SOURCE: Redington IV Hampton Bay Ceiling fan lights don't work and we don't know where the receiver goes.

I have the same fan. You have wired it wrong. The receiver goes under the collar cover. It is a tight fit but it is the quietest fan I have.

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I'm trying to do just that right now...looking fir a little help with wire color identification. I'll advise you if I have luck.

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I have the same fan. You have wired it wrong. The receiver goes under the collar cover. It is a tight fit but it is the quietest fan I have.

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