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Articles about Electrical Wiring: Ceiling Fans



How To Add A Ceiling Fan With Existing Light Fixtures

June 27, 2017 by Dave Rongey

I want the fan to work just by a pull-chain but continue to have the switch operate the remaining can lights, how can I wire this? How to Wire a Ceiling Fan with Existing Light Fixtures.

Basic Ceiling Fan Remote Control Problems

August 11, 2017 by Dave Rongey

How should I troubleshoot a problem with a ceiling fan remote control? The Most Common Causes of Ceiling Fan Remote Control Problems.

Why Ceiling Fan Lights Flash or Strobe

April 18, 2017 by Dave Rongey

I installed new ceiling fans with lights, why do some lights strobe and flash? How to Fix Ceiling Fan Lights that Strobe or Flash.

How to Replace Switch Controlled Outlets

February 13, 2017 by Dave Rongey

How should I Wire Outlets that are Controlled by a Wall Switch? Rewiring a Switch Controlled Outlet.

Installing a Ceiling Fan Using Surface Wiring

February 13, 2017 by Dave Rongey

How can I Install a Ceiling Fan without an Electrical Box? Install a Ceiling Fan without Turing it into a Major Construction Project.

Replacing a Ceiling Fan Where I Have Three Way Switches

February 13, 2017 by Dave Rongey

What are the wire connections when replacing a ceiling fan where I have three way switches? Basic for Wiring a Ceiling Fan with Three Way Switches.

Ryan asks Why did the Light in my Ceiling Fan Quit Working

June 23, 2017 by Dave Rongey

Troubleshooting a Ceiling Fan Light and Wall Switch Problem: The light and fan are turned on and off from switches on the wall.

How To Solve Ceiling Fan Wiring Problems

June 23, 2017 by Dave Rongey

How Can I Fix a Problem with my Ceiling Fan and Switch? How to Identify Ceiling Fan and Light Switch Wiring Problems, Troubleshoot and Repair Ceiling Fan and Switch Wiring.

How to Install Ceiling Fans and Remote Control Wiring

February 21, 2016 by Dave Rongey

How do I wire a universal remote control for my ceiling fan? Installing a Ceiling Fan and Remote Control Module, Wiring diagrams and installation guide for Light and fan switch variations.

Ceiling Fan Wiring and Connections

May 15, 2017 by Dave Rongey

Where do the red and black wires connect on a ceiling fan? The Wires of a Ceiling Fan and How to Connect Them, Wiring at the Ceiling Electrical Box, Wiring of the Ceiling Fan.

When a Fluorescent Light Ballast Needs to be Replaced

February 16, 2016 by Dave Rongey

Does My Fluorescent Light Ballast Need to be Replaced? The Most Common Problems with Fluorescent Light Ballast and How to Fix Them.

Ceiling Fan Wiring With Other Switches

January 8, 2016 by Dave Rongey

How can I make the wiring connections for my ceiling fan where there are other light switches? Make Ceiling Fan Wiring Connections and Existing Light Switches and multiple lights on the same circuit.

How To Connect Ceiling Fan Wires

September 21, 2015 by Dave Rongey

Where do I connect the Red Wire for the Ceiling Fan? Ceiling Fan Installation and the Wiring Connections.

Wiring Ceiling Fan Pull Chain Switches

September 21, 2015 by Dave Rongey

The Pull Chain Switch on my Ceiling Fan Does Not Work, How Can I Fix It? Installing a Pull Chain Switch, Troubleshooting a Problem with a Pull Chain Switch.

Wiring a Switch for a Ceiling Fan

July 30, 2015 by Dave Rongey

How do I wire a Single Switch for a Ceiling Fan? Wiring a Single Switch for a Ceiling Fan.

Wiring for Ceiling Fan Remote Control Operation

July 30, 2015 by Dave Rongey

How do I wire a Ceiling Fan Remote Control? Wiring a Ceiling Fan Remote Control to your Existing Wiring.

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