Published at Saturday, November 17th 2018. by Erna Cameron in Ceiling Light.
I want to talk to you about how to wire up a ceiling fan to an outlet plug for this job. You'll need a couple different tools. You will need a pair of wire strippers electrical tape, wire nuts and I'm going to be using an old extension cord. The first thing you'll do is remove some of the coatings from the cord. Now that we have our coating removed, you will strip about a half inch off of every wire.
Now on your ceiling fan, you have four wires. You have a black one, which goes to your fan, a blue one, which goes to your light and your white one, which is a neutral and your green one, which is ground. What we'll do here is take our black and our blue wire, which controls our fan and our light, put them together and then wire nut them. After that, you want to make sure you get some tape on there that way, it doesn't fall off when you're, trying to hook up the other wires and when it's in the ceiling.
You want to make sure that the vibration of the fan doesn't cause this wire nut to come loose now, you'll take the two white wires, which is your neutral and wire, nut them together and tape that one as well and then the same with your green wire. Here, which controls your ground for your light? Now that you have your wires completely hooked up, you put your ceiling fan up, and then they actually have a trim that you can run over the wires. That way, you aren't seeing the wires run down the wall or there, not hanging in your way.
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