Wiring a Ceiling Fan and Recessed Lighting
How to Wire a Ceiling Fan and Recessed Lighting – The power source should connect to one of the three wires leading up to the ceiling fan which the ceiling fan should connect with.
Wiring Connections for Ceiling Fan and Recessed Lighting
I have a 2 wire coming into switch box from power supply.
- I then have 3 wire from switch box to ceiling fan, no light fixture on fan.
- Then I have 2 wire from ceiling fan to 6 recessed cans that I want to switch from origination point being the switch box and operate fan with pull chain only.
- I Think I know how but could you verify for me?
This electrical wiring question came from: Frank, a Homeowner from Gonzales county, Texas.
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Thanks for your electrical wiring question Frank.
How to Wire a Ceiling Fan and Recessed Lighting
Frank, the power source should connect to one of the three wires leading up to the ceiling fan which the ceiling fan should connect with. The switched wire should splice through the ceiling fan junction box where it will then feed the six recessed light fixtures. The neutral wire is shared.
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