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How to convert ceiling fan into wireless ceiling fan

Hi i want to convert ceiling fan into wireless ceiling is possible?
if yes then tell me whole method and the thing which used in it also mention that.
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Can a wireless remote control kit be added to a flush mount ceiling fan? Is there enough room for the receiver?

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Suggest going to Lowe's (or other appliance dealers who sell ceiling fans) and get one of their wireless interfaces -- I have two in my house...  These can be found in the ceiling fan area, probably need to talk to someone as they have several different models...
You will need to rewire the fan slightly, but the diagram for the wireless interface is pretty straight forward if you know anything about wiring...
The interface has two parts -- the receiver which slips into the yoke holding up the ceiling fan, and the handheld controller (there are other units, but I am assuming this is what you wanted...)
hope this helps...  Pablo, Kansas City

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