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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
That actually sounds correct, if it's the model I'm thinking of. As long as you're talking about connecting to the wires that are held in by the wire nuts you should be good to go.
Posted on Mar 03, 2009
SOURCE: I am installing 2 separate
1) The Black (HOT) wire always goes to the switch. From the other screw of the switch it goes to the first light.
Then a jumper wire (Black so you can keep track), goes from the first lights Black wire, or gold screw, to the Black wire, or gold screw of the second light.
The white Common wire in the Romex cable goes past the light switch, to the first light. A jumper wire (White in color so you can keep track), comes from the first light to the second light.
Only the Black (HOT) wires are switched.
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Posted on Nov 12, 2010
SOURCE: I have a Casa Blanca
The light are going off only because after a period of time the circuit lets off the trigger on the switching thyristor. So the fault is within the control box of the unit which must be taken out to confirm.
Now attempt to do the job only if your are competent with high voltage circuits as the circuit must be checked before and after the lights switch off.
It is also possible that the switching device the thyristor may be on dry soldering joint. So with the mains power off( or the power disconnected to the unit) have yourself insulated , use a soldering iron to touch up all the joints.
Failure of capacitors in the trigger circuit is also possible to have this delay off.
Trace the trigger voltage cut off at this point to come to the solution.( use a multimeter)
Posted on Nov 25, 2010
SOURCE: The indicator light on the
the control module in the light it self needs to be replaced.
the remote is not the problem. Your ceiling light will need to be serviced by an electrician (licensed).
Posted on Mar 21, 2011
SOURCE: My wall ceiling fan's control
First, you didn't say you checked that the bulb worked. Is that burned out?
If bulb is ok, you will have to make sure the switch is matched with the fan (ususally a set of 4, 6 or 8 micro-switches have to be set the same in both switch and fan to be on same frequency of communication - even if you have an exact US 9051T controller).
A whole new fan is not too expensive ($100) and may be best route if you use the fan alot and it is over 7 years old - just an option.
Also, just because the light doen't work doesn't mean it is the switch transmitter that is broken, it could also be the receiver. Call the company on the website below - they will either tell you how to check or you can send everything to them and they will check for you.
Sorry for making it so difficult - I hope it is just your bulb.
Posted on May 05, 2011
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