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Lakewood HV-18 fan... how to wire switch?

How are the six wires connected to to the Lakewood HV-18c fan?

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  • keweaver Jul 26, 2009

    There are six wires to the switch. Two from power cord & a black, a blue, a red & a white. The switch is labeled L, 1, 2, 3, and two at the top with it looks like N.

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Hi, Welcome to FixYa


For Power

Green: Ground
White1: Power going to motor

For speed

White2: L
Black: 1
Blue: 2
Red: 3


L,1,2,3 are in off-low-medium-high order.

You can confirm by mailing to customer care at mail ID: custserv@lakewoodeng.com


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