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Wiring- The ceilling has a black and it looks like a tan wire coming out the same place, The green wire is coming out and connected to a screw. The new fan has a blue white and and black coming out. What colors go together? Our model number is CA52. Other number on back of fan is 0013543. Can you help us? We bought a floor model and it didn't come with instructions. Thank You Laura

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Re: wiring-

The fans blue and black wire can be connected to the black wire coming from the ceiling, white to white. The black line from the fan is controlling fan power and the blue is light. They are like that so you can wire the fan and light separate.

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Re: wiring-

The ceiling has Black and white (dirty I expect) ,
black is hot , white is neutral
the green is ground ( the fan will ground through the mounting screws)
so connect the black to black (hot)
as you have only one choice left that is the blue/white to white.

I assume you have a strong bracket and a fan was existing previously in this spot. If not you have to install a new fan support and wiring box.

Posted on Jan 26, 2008

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