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Installed ceiling removed fan want to reinstall i have 2 14-2 wires and 1 14-3 wire need info on where red wire is to go . fan is a 3speed switch control

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WITH OUT SEEING WHAT YOU HAVE AS I HAVE DO ELECTRICAL FOR 30+ YEARS I WOULD SAY THAT THE 14/3 IS FOR TE FAN/LIGHT COMBO

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Help. I need help properly connecting wires on a new ceiling fan.


Usually, the fans with remotes will dim the lights by holding the light button for a few seconds. So, the red wire would stop this feature if wired directly to the fixture. That would eliminate the wire coming out of the receiver for the lights. If you want the light to dim, then tape off the red wire, so the remote will dim them. The wall switch won't work anymore. If you want to connect the red wire , tape off the wire from the receiver that connects to the light sockets and connect the red wire to the wire for the light sockets. This will operate the fan but the remote will not dim the lights. If you have a motor speed controller in the wall from the old fan, remove it and replace it with a switch or eliminate the switch altogether so the remote will control the fan speed.

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I have a 3 speed ceiling fan I wired the light but dont know how to connct wires for fan


If the fan only has 2 wires a blue and a white, blue goes to power supply white goes to neutral. Fan switch itself provides the 3 speeds.

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I REPLACE SWITCH 77075 now IT HAS ONE SPEED IDID ONE WIRE AT TIME WHAT IS THE PROBLEM


I don't know your specific fan or switch.

Following link is TYPICAL illustration of 3-wire fan switch wiring:
http://waterheatertimer.org/images/Fan-motor-1-500.jpg

Three way switch is designed to match TYPICAL fan motor windings.
Motor windings are insulated copper wire wrapped around metal fan housing, similar to electromagnet you can make by wrapping wire around a nail.

Inside the fan motor are two windings.
Winding 1 for low speed.
Winding 2 for medium speed.
And when both windings are combined, that makes high speed.

You have to test your switch.
Usually the hot lead connects to red. So the red connects to each of the other wires.
Then pull the chain and use continuity tester between red wire and other wires to see how the switch is set up.

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Replacing a pull chain 3-way ceiling fan light switch


OK .. the thick black and white are the power for the fan , are there also white wires on the lamp sockets ..??
The thick black wire should connect to the black wire on the switch.
The small black wires connect to the red and blue wire on the switch .. two small black wires each .. that should give you a position for 2 lights , and 4 lights, on the step switch .. but there should be white wires from the lamp sockets connected to the thick white from the fan .

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Westinghouse Lighting 3speed Ceiling Fan Switch 7707500: I just replace the speed control switch in my Hunt...


Typically the old and new switches have no relative relationship to each other .. One way to figure this out is shut off the power and then using the black power wire attach each speed wire to it and turn power back on to observe the speed .. mark the wire with the speed 1, 2, 3, .repeat this untill all the wires are identified .. . then you can put the wires on the appropriate terminations on the new switch ..

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My home is pre wired for a ceiling fan in the master bedroom. There are two light switches that control the pre installed wires. One for the light on the fan and one for the fan. There are four wires


The usual wiruing for these fan/light circuits is that the black wire on one switch is for the fan and the red on the other switch is for the light. If you are using a remote set up for both fan and light, then hook the remote wires to the black and white wires in the ceiling, You can cap off the red wire in the ceiling as this will not be used.

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CEILING FAN 3SPEED 4WIRE HUDSON BAY


Usually when you say 4 wire, the correct electrical definition is 12/3 or 14/3 with a ground, depending on the amperage capacity of the circuit that the fixture is powered by. The bare copper wire is case ground which goes to the metal body of the fan and is combined with all the other bare copper grounds in the switch box on the wall. The white wire is the neutral or return. it is connected to the white wire in the fan at the ceiling box and combined with all the other white wores in the switch box. The black wire is usually the light power which is then connected to the appropriate connection (labeled) on the switch in the switch box on the wall. The red wire is the power for the fan (which is also labeled) in the switchbox on the wall. Sometimes the wiring at the ceiling box is not 4 conductors especially in older buildings, then the fan and the light power wires are combined at the ceiling box with the existing black wire. Then the ceiling fan and light goes on and off at the wall switch together and the speeds are controlled by a pull chain at the fan. The kight can be shut off with a pull chain also so that the fan is on onl.y.

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Casablanca Fan W21 Ceiling Fan


Hook the fan's wires up as follows: black = black (hot) white = white (neutral) green = green or bare copper wire (ground) red = not used, so cap off (hot) The red wire is for a light kit. You may have a second switch on the wall to control this. Usually, the ceiling fan will have a red with a green tracer wire that goes with the red wire. If not just cap the red wire off and don't use it.

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