Question about Heating & Cooling
When dealing with older houses, you run into this a lot, but the somewhat newer houses will actually have the 3 wires to hook up the ceiling fans. You can still use your 2 wires, but you will have to double up the motor and light wires. Wire nut the Black and Blue wires together with your Black wire from the house, and the White wires will be tied together for your neutrals. You should also have a green ground wire also, be sure to hook that to a ground in the house too. Hope this helps!
Posted on Aug 05, 2010
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