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Connect the lamp output wire of the receiver to the hot wire of the fixture, and the incoming hot wire to the hot input of the receiver. Be sure to insulate the fan output wire(s) so nothing nasty happens if someone presses the fan on button.
Check the remote control manual to see if you can use compact fluorescent bulbs. You probably cannot if this is a dimming lamp control; most CF bulbs flicker wildly if used with dimmers, and will not last long.
I know you can use many different remotes of the 27157 model to control one receiver. There are several different reason why you may not be able to use the remote from one brand/model with another. The first is the frequency range may be different. One could be 27mhz and another could be 49mhz. Another reason is the code that is sent to the receiver by the remote to turn on the light or the fan varies from manufacturer to manufacturer and even from one model to the next from the same manufacturer. This is so there is less chance one remote/receiver commbination will interfere with another in the same location. That is why I say you will be very lucky to find an off model remote to work with your receiver.
That is dificult to follow .. here is the usual wiring plan for ceiling fans .. green to green or bare and mounting bracket ... ceiling black and red are live from the switches, fan and light.with a remote you really only need one of these , so cap off the red and use the black as your input to the remote .. the neutral to the remote should be the white .. there are only 3 wires from the fan so I am assuming that there is no light , or the light will be activated from the remote .. the black for the fan and the black for the lights connect to marked wires on the remote. .. lights out, fan out
or looking at your description .. ((Remote wires = Neutral in(Black) white ceiling wire, Live In(Black) blaxck ceiling wire, Light out(White) blue Fan/Light wire, Fan out(White) black fan/light wire, Common(White) white ceiling and white fan/light wires.
The usual house wiring for a ceiling fan with two wall switches , is white to white, black to black, and red to the other wire, usually blue or black striped with blue. If this fan has a remote , then it usually only requires one power wire, black and the white neutral.
Those aren't transistors in the transmitter they are jumpers. Match the jumper settings with your dip switch settings in the receiver. You can move the jumpers in the transmitter using a small needle nose pliers. An open jumper in the transmitter equals an OFF setting on the dip switch in the receiver.
i have a problem with remote ceailing fan and light i tried push on light key - dim light low to high working but fan isnt working hi to low. i checked the supply wire red, white and black so i have a installing receiver and receiver have red receiver wire to black supply wire, white receiver wire to white supply wire , but what i do with red supply wire to QQQQ
yeah, if you take off the battery cover on your fan remote there should be something called a "dip switch". it wiil be numbered 1,2,3,4, just flip these switches up or down to match the receiver that will be located in the fan houseing or in the fan canopy.
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.