Question about Patton (PX400UC) 20IN Extreme High-Velocity Three-Speed Portable Floor Fan Blue/Gray
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I purchased a ceiling fan
That is kinda confusing, but it sounds like the blue wire for the light kit should also be connected together with the red supply wire for the fan motor from the ceiling wires, and not the capped black wire. That is if the two wires to the fan motor are the white and red wires from the ceiling. Normally the white wire is a neutral wire and the black is the field wire and they both are alternating current "hot" wires, and the green wires are grounded to earth ground only.
Let me know if I understood that right about the wires from the ceiling, and let me know if you require any further assistance.
See if this diagram is correct
Posted on Sep 27, 2010
SOURCE: I need help wiring my
White is your neutral so white goes to white. Blue on the fan is for the light kit you need to wire that to the wire from your switch so it works the lights. Black is the hot wire that is always hot not switched so tie that to the wire that is not on your switch. Green is ground so green to green. white to white / green to green/ black to black/ red to blue/
Posted on Nov 07, 2010
Thr issue you are having you need to look on the motor and see if there is a diagram but you have to use the grey and white for a capacitor because i have an older fan that has no capacitor. and use the red for high
Posted on Jan 01, 2011
You have a two-speed as indicated by the red jumper wire and brown wire left out for connection. These two wires connect to the speed switch with the red jumper to low speed and the brown wire to high speed. The black electrical cord wire connects to the L or COM terminal of the speed switch. The diagram below should give you better understanding on how the motor and the speed switch is wired.
The L/COM terminal makes contact with terminal 1 for low speed and terminal 2 for high speed. The OFF (0) is not shown.
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Posted on Jul 16, 2011
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