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I have three wires at the receptacle- Red White and Black. I have two wires coming from the fan Black and White. There are three wall switches . Two of them have a a black and a red wire and one has two black wires. The black wire has voltage and the red wire does not. What do I do with the red wire at the receptacle?
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  • Sparkky May 11, 2010

    I need to know if you get voltage on the red wire if you turn on any of the switches. Probably one of the ones with a black and red on it.

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