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Wires for fan speed came undone.

The part underneath the fan speed control came apart and the wires are just hanging. The part has numbers 1, 2, 3 and 4 on the side. Which colors corresponds with each number? How and where is the part, with the wires, attached to the fan? Haven't noticed anything laying around. I've been unsuccessful in finding any documentation or manuals for this fan from this website. No matter what words I use in the " Search inside WeatherWorks DB888 Floor / Box Fan Knowledgebase " I get the same webpage showing the same answers. I used "fix" and it gave me the question and solution found on the previous webpage. I used " Popular searches: fix, problem, faq, bug, tech support" and typed in "bug" and 0 answers found. Thanks in advance. I would really appreciate any help. Yours truly, Robert B. Orris

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