Question about Hunter Ceiling Fan Remote Transmitter 85095-01
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2 many ceiling wires
ok lori connect the fan wires like this-----white from fan to both white wires---blue from fan to red---black from fan to both black wires then copper wires to a ground.let me know.
Posted on Jan 17, 2008
SOURCE: Ceiling fan wiring
Black from the ceiling goes to black from the fan
White from the ceiling goes to white from the fan
Red from the ceiling goes to blue on the fan...if you don’t have a red, connect the blue wire to the black from the ceiling.
The blue is power to the light kit, and sometimes has a separate wall switch, hence the different color. If not, you control the complete power to the fan with the single wall switch (black and white wires) and then control the fan/light with the pull chains
Posted on Sep 09, 2008
OK, first off, there have been some problems with those remote units. That said, let me tell you what the wires should be doing and you can see if that is happening.
Normally they take a "Hot Wire" and attach it to the white wire that goes to the switch. It is hooked through the switch to the black wire to bring the "Hot" back up to the light/fan. The whites in the ceiling box are the neutral. A "Hot" and a neutral are required to make anything work. The copper is a ground, or added safety. It usually is attached to the same spot as the neutral in the breaker box, so it is not a big deal. If you have a hot going to the switch which works as the off/on valve, and back up to the box. The hot and a neutral make what ever you hook it to work. Now, if you have a remote, it uses a connection at ceiling box to turn it on and off. You can have a switch to turn the whole thing off and on, but if that switch is on, the remote is just a different way to turn it off.
If you have a way for the electricity to make the big circle, it should work, unless a part some where is not letting it through. I imagine in your situation it is the remote.
If this is new, you may want to see if you can get another, and take the remote part out (Up in the fan) and replace it. You would not have to re-assemble the whole fan. I have replaced several of these lately, and even put a different kind of remote on a few.
Posted on Dec 22, 2008
SOURCE: Hunter fan wiring
sounds like one of your connections is loose. Im not sure if i completely understand your description of how you re-hoked up your fan. Please tell me how many wires your fan has and colors and how many wires you have on the sensor remote. (lots of times if you draw a wiring diagram on paper you can figure it out) Basically you should have power coming from ceiling to remote sensor. Then the remote sensor should throw the power to either the fan or the light, so there should be two seperate leads coming out of the remote sensor to control either the fan or the light independantly.
Posted on Oct 07, 2009
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