Ok, I removed the ceiling fan/light combo in my kitchen several months ago. If I remember correctly, the fan worked on a wall light switch(no dimmer) and the light was a pull chain. Now am trying to convert to a standard light on the same switch. The wires in the box are confusing and was hoping for electrical advice.
It goes like this, three 14/2 gauge romex wires in this particular junction box, one I can trace, the other two, no luck.
Wire 1, the one I can follow, traces to another junction box, connections are white/white, black/black, ground, wire then goes to
light switch, no other wires in that junction box.
-black lead attached to a blue wire and attached to fan.
-neutral white attached to black lead on wire 2
-black lead-see above
-neutral white attached to #3 neutral white and attached to fan.
-black lead connected by pigtail to wire's 1 & 2 black/white connection. a black lead was spliced into that and ran to the fan.
Am confused because junction box seems to have constant power, whether switch is on or off. Is this wired specifally for the fan and I would need to redo?. Or why won't switch work?
Please advice. thx