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Wire-ceiling-fan-with-light-kit, blue wire is for the light, if light is included with the fan. white wire is neutral. green wire is for the ground. red wire is sometimes included and acts as a conductor to carry power to the light kit.. Connect the light kit to the bottom of the switch housing with the light kit screws that came with the ceiling fan. install the ceiling fan glass shades, tighten the thumb screws to hold the shades..., this is the most versatile way to electrically wire a ceiling fan with a light kit. it allows for separate control over both the fan and the light in the room. there are also lots of really convenient switches that put this dual control into one neat little package. some even give you the ability to dim the lights – definitely a nice touch!.

Please like and subscribe my channel. why my home depot hunter ceiling fan lights dont work! limitor quick fix - duration: 5:54. mayhem on nassau 377,608 views, chances are, you only have a 3-wire cable ran to the fixture so you would be limited to powering the ceiling fan & light both. typically using the switch for the light and turning the fan on/off by the fan switch on the unit. of course this is all based on not replacing the existing wiring that you currently have. two switches at one location..

The wire colors in a basic fan/light kit are typically black, blue, white, and green. this is true of most hunter and harbor breeze ceiling fans found at your local home store. the black wire is usually the hot for the fan and the blue wire is the hot for the light. the white wire is the neutral for the fixture and the green is the ground., 3-wire cable (switch legs) from first ceiling outlet, down to a 2-gang box for the first set of switches for ceiling fan / light control. 3-wire cable from 2 nd ceiling outlet down to the second 2-gang box for fan / light control. here is a diagram to show how this circuit will be connected. i will show only the first ceiling fan and control..

There should be a white, copper or green, and black wire coming out of the ceiling's electrical box. some setups will also have a blue wire, which powers the lights on your fan. the white wire is your neutral wire, the copper wire is the grounded wire, and the black wire powers the fan., connect the ground wire from the fan, the fan box or mount, and the fan and light leg together with an orange wire nut. locate the cable from the switch box and strip about 1/2 inch of insulation...