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Receiver for ceiling fan

Where do I put it and what wires do the acn and acl connect to

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  • john101d Oct 28, 2008

    dont have directions in hooking up the fan. and what wires need to be placed where. need help.....

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Thank you for getting back to me. And yes I did solve the issue I wrote to you about. After much agonizing I  did come to the conclusion that if you read the directions about a hundred times the answer(s) will finally come to you. So it is now "All Good" and the fan works wonderfully. Have to admit I'm pretty proud of myself on this one (smiling). Thanks again.               Donna

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