Wiring for a Ceiling Fan Dimmer and Control Switch
How is a Dimmer and Fan Control Switch wired for my Ceiling Fan?
Wiring a Ceiling Fan Dimmer & Control Switch
Electrical Question: How is a Dimmer and Fan Control Switch wired for my Ceiling Fan?
Re: Hunter Breeze fan & light switch. Replacing with Hunter model 27182 dimmer & fan control switch. 4 wires come out of wall. 2 black 2 white.( with ground) Both white wires are connected together, leaving the black wires to be hooked up to the new switch.
The new switch has a black, red & blue wire ( green for ground).
Which wires go where?
Thanks for your help.
This electrical wiring question came from David, a Handyman in Maryland.
Thanks for your electrical wiring question David.
How to Wire a Ceiling Fan Dimmer & Control Switch
Application: Wiring a Ceiling Fan Dimmer and Control Switch.
Skill Level: Intermediate to Advanced – Best performed by a Licensed Electrical Contractor, or Certified Electrician.
Electrical Tools Required: Basic Electricians Pouch Hand Tools, Voltage Tester, and appropriate Safety Gear.
Estimated Time: Depends on the personal level experience, ability to work with tools, install electrical circuit wiring, and the available access to the project area.
Electrical Safety: Identify the electrical power source to the Dimmer Switch, turn it OFF and Tag with a Note before working with the electrical wiring.
Electrical Wiring Parts and Materials: Electrical parts and materials for the Dimmer Switch should be approved for the specific project and compliant with local and national electrical codes.
Electrical Codes and Inspections: Installing or changing home electrical wiring should be done according to local and national electrical codes as adopted in your specific location. A permit and inspections may also be required.
Ceiling Fan Light Dimmer and Speed Control Switch
This electrical wiring project is about How to Wire a Ceiling Fan Dimmer Switch and Control Switch in a Home.
Hunter 27182 Dimmer Switch and Control Switch
Reviewing the Electrical Question:
- How to Wire a Hunter Breeze model 27182 dimmer & fan control switch.
- David, from the information you have provided,the Hunter model 27182 dimmer & fan control switch is wired as follows:
The Black wire is connected to the Hot or Power Supply.
The Blue Wire connects to the wire for the Ceiling Fan.
The Red Wire connects to the wire for the Light of the ceiling fan.
The Green Wire connects to the Ground Wire(s).
- If the previous switch was used to switch the Fan and Light separately then the wiring in the switch box will need to be tested to see which wires are designated for the Fan and Light functions, as well as the Power and the Neutral wires.
If the previous switch did not control the Fan and Light separately then additional wiring will need to be installed to provide these capabilities.
Install a Ceiling Fan Remote Control Module Kit which will provide separate control functions that will work when the additional wiring is not available for the separate functions.
- Important Note:
The circuit power should be turned Off before replacing or wiring this switch.
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