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Nee to know how to wire a ceiling fan remote to the ceiling box please. Wires coming from box are: black-hot, bare-ground, and white-?. Wires coming from fan remote unit are: black labeled wire to black in box, another black unlabeled, red with stripe-?, blue labeled to lights, green-ground. Need to know which wires hook to which if only a remote control is used that has a one button for lights (push one button for intensity) and one button for fan(push one button to change speed)

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    Anna Cuomo-Bertsch Oct 04, 2009

    I was looking to wire a remote to the box. The fan was already wired to the remote. The issue is moot because the carpenter who took it down to do other work never marked the wires, promptly forgot how it went together and shorted out the remote trying to prove he knew what he was doing. Will now have to wire it direct and use the pull chains.

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Try this, connect green wire to bare wire. Connect both black (power) wires to black wire in the box. Connect the blue wire to the button for the lights, and the red wire with the strip to the button for the fan, and the common for the buttons to the white wire.

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