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Ceiling fans.. I have a ceiling fan that I bought from meijer, it came with a remote, my friend put it up with out putting the transmitter for the remote in. I want to use my remote, but do not know where it goes. I cannot find the instructions.

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Does blue wire connect to black wire on model 99328

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Are you talking about the receiver? If so connect wires from fan, White, black,blue to receiver white, black, blue. White to white and so on. Then connect the two wires from other side of receiver, white and black(or Red) to corresponding colors from ceiling. Then store receiver just above the ball in the ceiling mount plate, you will have to move the wires to the side and push it in. Hope this helps

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