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Hampton Bay Brookedale Reciever

We bought a new fan and found out that the reciever wiring were cut. We got a new one from the company. After hooking up the eight wire plug and the fan worked but not the light. After hooking up the blue wire from the reciever to black in the ceiling and white from reciever to white in the ceiling and it blew up. We just got a new reciever. Can you help us do it right this time?

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