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It could be that the blacks are hot in and down to switch and red is the switch leg back for light and fan or they could have used a white as a switch leg or to feed the switch hot and then you would have 2 switch legs there already. One for light and one for fan. Checking in the switch box as mentioned will be sure way to tell.


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Mine was having the same issue. Lights worked, motor hummed, but the fan did not work. Gave it a spin and still nothing. Took it apart and saw that one of the coils was burnt. Tossed it and bought one of a different brand. Not messing around with hunter ceiling fans anymore. I wanna say it was just shy of a year old.


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The black wire going through the "hole" in the back of the switch, the always hot, should be connected to the black screws.If there is a metal link between the two black screws, then only one connection is needed. If no link, then you need to jump the two black screws. The black wire on the screw on the old switch and the red wire on the old switch ...


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The conventional way this is dealt with is to replace the whole fan unit housing with all innards with a new one. With luck you can find a replacement with the same or similar housing size. If, as your question suggests, you intend to just try swapping out the motor and fan blade subassembly then you need to carefully check that the new unit is in any way ...


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The white Molex™-connector is part of the fan housing and is designed to be connected to the fan provided with it. Likewise, the 2-blade NEMA-style connector is also part of the fan housing and is designed to be connected to the fan provided with this housing. You would generally replace the entire fan, housing and all, not just the blower motor. If you do ...


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Fans with remotes are usually meant to be wired up to an always hot wire and a neutral. So you need to take the black wire from your fan remote unit and connect it to the two black and one white wire group. Take the white wire from your remote unit and connect it to the two white wires out of the ceiling. Then cap the single black wire out of the ceiling ...


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The fan you purchased isn't designed to be wired with separate switches. It's designed to have an always hot hooked up to the remote unit in the fan that controls everything. If you want a fan and light to be controlled by the wall switches then you need to get a different fan without the remote unit since you can't just bypass the remove unit. There are ...


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