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Trying to rewire Hunter Remote

I have a Universal Hunter fan remote that has 5 wires:
2 white (common out and neutral)
2 black (fan and live in)
1 red (light)

The fan itself has 6 wires:
2 separate (1 white, 1 black with white tracer)

4 in sheathing:
1 grey
1 red
1 pink
1 yellow

Main power in, 1 black, 1 white, 1 green (already grounded)

The instructions are useless, as is Hunter's tech support.

Can anyone tell me which wires connect to which?

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your remote modual should have two or three wires coming from the unit on one side to go to the fixture and three on the other to hook it to power , the three should be to connect to the black (power), the white (Neutral) and green (ground), now the unit has power. The two or three coming from the other side should be a white and two other colors or two the same , black, red, or blue, The white connects to the fan white and the other two go to, one the fan and two the light. Any questions E-mail me...hwyhmmr hotmail

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Red from receiver to blue light feed. Black from receiver to black feed to fan. White common from receiver to ground.(bare copper)
Black from receiver (hot) live in, to black from household wiring switch. Common in from receiver to neutral (white ) from house (switch.)

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