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man13080

01:47PM | 08/02/14
Member Since: 08/02/14
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Moved into my new house which has been pre-wired for ceiling fans in each room. Trying to install a fan/light combo which is controlled by remote. In the wall I have 2 white wires 2 black wires and a single Red wire. In the ceiling I have 1 black, 1 red, 1 white and both location have grounds of course. The remote receiver has only a White and Black coming from the side that is supposed to connect to the wires from the ceiling. How do i connect this?

BV000193

08:09AM | 08/03/14
Cap off the red and use the black and white.

man13080

09:49AM | 08/03/14
Member Since: 08/02/14
4 lifetime posts
all blacks together and all whites together?

man13080

12:22PM | 08/03/14
Member Since: 08/02/14
4 lifetime posts
Tried connecting the 2 wall blacks together, leaving the wall red alone and capped. In the ceiling i connected white to white and black to black for the wires coming out of the remote receiver of which there are only 2 (1 black and 1 white) on the other side of the receiver there are 1 blue, 1 white and 1 black, these are connected to the respective wires coming from the fan itself. I also left the red wire coming from the ceiling out and capped. I still am not able to turn the Fan off.

BV000193

03:35PM | 08/03/14
Check to make sure the dip switches (if any) are the same sequence on the remote transmitter and receiver.

man13080

04:58PM | 08/03/14
Member Since: 08/02/14
4 lifetime posts
They are, the light works, on/off and dimmer but the fan is just on all of the time and i can only change the speed from low to med to high but not off.
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