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Electrical Wiring Ceiling, With Light - Posts index: a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z zero 1 2 three four five 6 7 8 nine pix index: a b c d e f g h i j ok l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z 0 1 2 three 4 five 6 7 8 9. Approach 2: capped off one by one the smaller gauge black and white in the ceiling, and put the ceiling grey to fan black, and white to fan white. Regrettably, this ended in no pastime on the fan after restoring strength and attempting the switch.
The ceiling container has 5 wires popping out of it, two white, one grey, one black and one green/naked (ground). The black and grey were related to the black & blue leads from the old pull-chain fan & mild i removed. The 2 white i'm now not positive, as a minimum one became linked to the old fan white lead, but i'm no longer sure approximately the second, it may have come free after i moved the fan, but it was not capped off. The black and one of the whites seem like a barely smaller gauge twine. The gray might also simply be a truly old black. In my kitchen i have 3-way switches controlling the ceiling fan and light. The two controlling switches are on opposite facets of the room, but what i'd like to do is cut up one of the two switches apart, adding a committed fan manage, then tie off the fan part of the other three-manner transfer so it doesn't have an effect on the fan in any respect.
Connect the gray to the smaller gauge black, the white that is going with the grey to the fan black, and the fan white to the smaller gauge white; don't forget to mark the white that goes with the grey with a bit of black tape!. Technique 1: ceiling grey and black connected to fan black. Both whites to fan white. This labored at the beginning to turn at the mild and fan at a single pace, however became unresponsive to in addition instructions.