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ByDave Rongey © Ask the Electrician 2017 Author, Licensed Electrical Contractor
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How to Repair Ceiling Fan Electrical Wiring

Why did the Outlets in the Room Stop Working when I Changed the Ceiling Fan Wiring? How Room Outlets are Wired Through the Ceiling Fan Junction Box.


Ceiling Fan Wiring and Wall Outlets
Electrical Question: Why did the Outlets in the Room Stop Working when I Changed the Ceiling Fan Wiring?

Background: David, an Electrician from Houston,Texas.

Dave’s Reply:
Thanks for your ceiling fan troubleshooting question David.

Ceiling Fan Wiring Problem

Application: Troubleshooting Ceiling Fan Electrical Wiring
Skill Level: Intermediate to Advanced, Best performed by a Licensed Electrical Contractor.
Tools Required: Basic Electricians Pouch Hand Tools, a non-aluminum ladder and Voltage Tester.
Estimated Time: Depends on personal level of experience, ability to work with tools and access to the  ceiling fan wiring.
Precaution: Identify the ceiling fan circuit, turn it OFF and  Tag it with a Note before working with the wiring.
Notice: Modifications of electrical wiring should always be done according to local and national electrical codes and a permit and inspection may be required.

Room Outlets Wired Through the Ceiling Fan Junction Box

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