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    eyedeal Posts: 1, Reputation: 1
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    Jun 9, 2006, 08:04 AM
    Hunter universal fan remote installation
    Using fan with three wires...
    From fan:
    1. black marked LIGHT KIT
    2. black plain not marked
    3. white marked NEUTRAL

    Hunter remote unit

    Five wires:

    1. RED - marked - light out
    2. Black - marked - FAN
    3. White - marked - Common

    4. Black -marked - LIVE IN
    5. White - marked NEUTRAL

    Wires from ceiling box :

    1. White
    2. Black

    That is scenario... instructions are not working.

    Instructions say:

    Red from remote to black from lite
    Black from remote to fan
    White from remote to common

    Black hot to black ceiling black
    White to white ceiling

    Cut breaker back on and nothing...

    Then connected all whites and all blacks togther... and red lite and black lite... got fan to run on high but no lights...

    What would be the best connections to make fan remote work?

    Mike Sternberg
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    ceilingfanrepair Posts: 5,733, Reputation: 109
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    Jun 9, 2006, 10:02 AM
    If I understand you correctly then your wiring is OK. I would check and make sure the light is connected in the fan's switch housing and is switched on. Can you get the fan to change speeds?
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    benton55 Posts: 2, Reputation: 1
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    Jun 21, 2010, 08:46 AM

    I've joined to make sure I can post... I struggled with the same issue! Here is the solution (not just what I think it is... ). Please note that my install was a Hunter Regazia fan and the Hunter remote

    Hopefully you're not stumped by the Black (hot) and White Neutral to the ceiling Black and White. For the Three transmitter wires;
    Red = Black / White from Fan (light)
    Black = Solid Black from Fan (Fan)
    White (Common) to white from Fan

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