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Ceiling fan, remote control

I have 3 leads coming down red a black thats appears to hot all the time, I have remote control 27157 how do I wire to these 3 leads.

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  • johnb069 Jun 29, 2008

    I have a 27157 remote control that has a red lead from the receiver marked "fan". I do not have a red lead from the fan to connect to. I have a black, white and black/white from the fan, no red. The light works fine. Where should I wire the red lead?

    Thank you!


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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.

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