- 1 Can a remote control ceiling fan be hardwired?
- 2 What do I do with the red wire when installing a ceiling fan with remote?
- 3 Does a ceiling fan with remote need a wall switch?
- 4 Can any ceiling fan be wired to a wall switch?
- 5 What do you do if you lose your ceiling fan remote?
- 6 How can I get my ceiling fan to work without a remote?
- 7 Where does the red wire go on a ceiling fan?
- 8 Can black and red wires go together?
- 9 Can you install a ceiling fan with only one light switch?
- 10 Can all ceiling fans use a remote?
- 11 Do all ceiling fans have remote control?
- 12 Can you wire an extractor fan to a light switch?
- 13 Can I wire a ceiling fan with 14 2 wire?
Can a remote control ceiling fan be hardwired?
Open the box and identify the remote receiver. Then, remove the remote receiver completely. To hardwire your ceiling fan you will need to connect the fan’s power supply to the hard-wiring in your ceiling. This will enable the fan to function via a wall switch.
What do I do with the red wire when installing a ceiling fan with remote?
The red wire is the ungrounded (hot) conductor from one switch, while the black wire is the ungrounded (hot) conductor from the other switch. In the original installation one switch would energize the red wire causing the fan to come on, while the other would energize the black turning on the light.
Does a ceiling fan with remote need a wall switch?
While most ceiling fans are remote control adaptable, meaning a remote can be added if desired, there are some of fans that come with a remote and cannot have a switch installed (i.e. remote only). That way only a single wall switch plate is required which keeps the wall looking cleaner and less cluttered.
Can any ceiling fan be wired to a wall switch?
The switch to turn the light on/off, can be any type of single pole snap switch. The switch for the fan can also be a snap switch, if you wan to use the pull chain on the fan to control the fan speed. If you want to control the fan speed from the wall switch, you’ll want to install a fan control switch instead.
What do you do if you lose your ceiling fan remote?
First would be to simply buy a new remote and set the dip switches to match the pattern on the receiver inside the fan. The new unit will now operate the fan just as the old lost one did. Second would be to remove the receiver and wire the fan directly to the house wiring so that it would operate with the pull chain.
How can I get my ceiling fan to work without a remote?
Ceiling fans benefit from being remotely controlled, since the height makes it difficult to reach the pull switch placed on the motor module. To control a remote-controlled ceiling fan without using the remote, add a pull cord to the pull switch on the motor module.
Where does the red wire go on a ceiling fan?
Connect the green wire to your household ground wire (copper/bare wire). Connect your white wires together and secure with wire nut. Connect the red wire in the ceiling to the black wire in the light kit and the black wire in the ceiling to the black wire in the fan.
Can black and red wires go together?
If the red and black wires are connected together already and energized, yes you can do that but you will need a pull chain light or a remote control, if they are not switch controlled.
Can you install a ceiling fan with only one light switch?
Most new ceiling fans can be wired to either a single switch or a double switch. With single–switch wiring, power to the fan is controlled by a standard single-pole wall switch, like a regular light switch. However, some fans can be controlled by special switches that offer double-switch control at the wall.
Can all ceiling fans use a remote?
There are many “universal” ceiling fan remote control kits on the market for overhead fans controlled by pull chains and a singe wall switch. All of them feature on/off and fan speed control. But whether you can use a ceiling fan remote kit depends on the amount of free space inside the fan canopy.
Do all ceiling fans have remote control?
Not all fans have the option of a remote control, but most do. Some will have it as the standard form of control. Others will have a pull cord or wall control and offer the remote as an optional extra. Ceiling fans with remotes offer many advantages, but they are not the right solution for everyone.
Can you wire an extractor fan to a light switch?
yes you would need to connect at light fitting where you can pick up the neutral. you would need to take one core from switched live and one core from permanent live. don’t forget you must sleeve the earth wires.
Can I wire a ceiling fan with 14 2 wire?
Yes you can. Most ceiling fans do not use that much electricity, so 14–2 w/ground should be fine. Always check with manufacturer to be sure of their requirements.