Question about Westinghouse Remote Fan Speed Control
Trying to install this remote,, instructions say,, do not use the dip switch settings from factory,, use your own,, but there is no explination as to how..like what are they for,,I know you have to do the remote hand held and transmitter the same,,but ,,says simply to use your own settings,, with no further explination as to what they control or do..Thanx.
make sure that you have the power cord on the fan in the right position. Pull it once to see if that starts the motor. Then go back to your remote and try starting the fan from the remote.
Posted on Oct 05, 2008
SOURCE: trying to replace 3 speed
The pull switch has 4 wires, L, 1, 2, 3.
Connect ' L' to the reverse switch red wire or the wire that is free.
Connect ' 3 ' to the main black ( hot ) wire entering the fan.
Connect ' 1 ' to the capacitor's lowest uF eg. ( 1.5 uF )
Connect ' 2 ' to the capacitor's next uF eg. ( 3 uF )
the Capaciotr also has to be connected to the neutral wire entering the fan, usually black attached to another color wire. If you have a VOM tester, veryfy that it is a neutral wire.
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
NO NO NO..... Blue is Neutral...
BLACK is PHASE, BROWN is PHASE, RED is PHASE
WHITE is NEUTRAL, BLUE is NEUTRAL
Green, Green/Yellow is EARTH
Posted on Feb 21, 2010
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