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Hi im trying to install a fan, i have 4 wires total... ground black white, i know where those go, but there is a blue wire labeled light kit connection... where does that go??

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Mcdevito75 here, I would imageine to the lights that came with the fan. If your laeveing the lights off the fan, just tape over the blue wire so it doesn"t short.

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