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Hey! Hey!... Hold on there, every1 here has been giving vague answers2 a seemingly simple issue. Look, Lets get1 thing straight ok! Fans either ceiling or the table top varieties are designed2 primarily do 1thing . That is 2 blow air towards you, below a ceiling fan& in front of a table fan Right? Right! Now getting 2the issue itself if the fans in ...
Swap the YELLOW with the BLACK wire and the fan rotation should reverse.
To go along with what Tester mentioned, you are trying to turn your dimmer switch into a 3-way switch. Which probably the dimmer switch in question and the remote are both not made for. If you want both to control your fan then you probably need to get a kit that has a dimmer/switch and remote combo. This way they can communicate with each other (with ...
If you want to use a wall fan control, you'll likely have to remove the remote fan control receiver from the unit. The remote receiver in the fan housing controls the fan speed, and will not allow the wall control to override it. In the most basic case, the remote receiver will have "input" wires connected to the standard household wiring (ungrounded, ...
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