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Wiring inside light assembly on fan

I replaced a damaged socket on the light assembly of a Hunter fan.Instead of just snapping apart the wire harness I took off the caps of the wiring inside the light kit assembly and now I don't know how those wires connect.

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Re: wiring inside light assembly on fan

If you have 1 light, you only need to put the hot wire, the one without ridges if it is extension type cord, to the center of the bottom of the fixture, and the other to the outside, or the neutral.
If you have more than 1, all you need to do is have one neutral, and one hot to each of the bulbs. It is best if the hot goes to the little one in the bottom, so it can not be accidently touched. So if you have 3 lights, you need 3 wires from the lights to the hot wire, and 3 wires from the lights to the other. If it is four, same thing, just add one.

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