Published at Wednesday, November 21st 2018. by Jimmie Nieves in Ceiling Light.
The installation of a ceiling fan and while we've done many ceiling fans on the website, this particular one has a remote control device with it. So we're going to gloss a little bit over the assembly of the fan because that's not much different than any of the other ceiling fans we've covered and we're going to focus mainly on the connection of that remote control, receiver and the device that comes with it. Operate that back so, let's unpack the box. It's a Hampton Beach charity model 56 inch ceiling fan, let's get started so we've unpacked all the contents of the box and ensured that we've got all the parts here.
As for the parts list that they provide. The manual starts off talking about the safety rules, which, of course, mostly involved making sure the power is off before you work on an electrical circuit. All our parts are in place. It talks about making sure that the box that you're going to mount this fan to is securely fastened. Well, this is a new construction home and the Box installed for this ceiling fan was designed to hang a ceiling fan from so we've measured ourselves of that.
We're going to start with ending the main body of the fan and that's when we get into the electrical connections that we'll talk about in depth here as to how to look up this remote control device. Okay, I've got my bracket installed for the ceiling fan. Oh, this holds the download, got my wires all out and ready to make my connections to the remote receiver. It gets installed up here in the canopy of the fan. First, though, we have to determine, as I mentioned, this is a new installation - and this was all wired pre-wired, with the thought of a ceiling fan being mounted at this location in mind.
So we've got a white wire, a neutral common ground. Of course, we've got a red wire and a black wire. Now, typically, when you're doing a ceiling fan that has separate control for the fan and the light kit, you would have your common white or your neutral, and then you usually hook up the ceiling fan to the black wire and then the light kit to the red Wire, which is usually the blue wire inside the ceiling fan assembly well with the remote control. All you really need is a source of power up at the fan, so what we have to do is determine which switch operates: the yellow the red wire, which switch controls.
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