Installing an Exhaust Fan and Light
I am installing a exhaust fan with light. I have black and a white wire coming from switch and a black and white wire coming from the power box.
Wiring a Switch for an Exhaust Fan
Question: I am installing a exhaust fan with light. I have black and a white wire coming from switch and a black and white wire coming from the power box. The fan has a black wire and white wire and the light has a blue wire and a white wire. How do you hook this up?
This electrical question came from: Chuck, from Indiana, Alabama
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