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I'm replacing ceiling fan. I have the following wall controls as indicated in the picture below: Wall controls I must say I haven't much experimented with the functionality of each one, however I can say for sure that the switch on the right is sort of a master switch, turning it ON or OFF basically restores the previous operation of the ceiling fan or turns off both fan and light. That's really all I know.

On the ceiling I have 4 wires coming out - black, red, white, green. I also have remote control, which presented in the picture below: Remote Control Remote control has the five wires total. There are two "inbound" wires - black and white. There are three "outbound" wires (exactly matching the wires on the fan itself) - black, blue and white.

My goal, ideally is to restore the functionality as before. However when I removed the fan I saw that the black wire in the ceiling was not connected. What I would like to achieve is to be able to control the fan with remote, as well as from the switch in the wall.

If I connect all wires (ceiling -> remote control -> fan) based on colors, what do I do with the red ceiling wire?

Could you please recommend how best this can be accomplished? Thank you.

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  • Can you post photos of the wiring inside both the switch and fan boxes? – ThreePhaseEel Jun 21 '17 at 2:52
  • @ThreePhaseEel Here you go – Vick Vega Jun 21 '17 at 4:53
  • You control the fan speed with the remote or with the wall switch, not both. – mmathis Jun 21 '17 at 13:50
  • Does it mean I can safely remove the left part of the wall switch panel? – Vick Vega Jun 21 '17 at 14:58

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