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Old 01-13-2008, 07:33 PM   #16
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Rather than starting a new thread I'll just piggyback off this one.

Having the same issue but I haven't hooked anything up yet. I got an aftermarket fan remote.

Ceiling wires:
Red
White
Black
Green and bare nutted together.

A. if you have two switch on the wall so both switch will control the fan and light.
Fan wires:
Black
White
Blue

Remote receiver:
Black (output)
White (output)
Blue (output)

A. get the black wire from remote and hook up to the fan black wire [ not the wire from the junction box.] white wire from remote to fan white wire then take the bleu wire from remote to fan bleu wire.
Red (input)
White (input)
A. both red and white wire can be tied to the wire from junction box the white wire from remote [ input ] to junction box white wire then take red wire from remote to the junction box can tie either black or red wire [ if have both switch you can use either one but if have one switch one willbe hot all the time ]
Basically my question is what do you do with the black wire on the ceiling?

I did see that set up before but here it is i will type in bold above it so you know who is replying this.

Merci, Marc

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Old 01-14-2008, 06:32 AM   #17
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Thanks everyone! I may forego this wireless remote and get a different setup. I want the controls on the wall switch.

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