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Is your question answered below? I need help wiring my ceiling fan, switch, light kit or other. I have these orange colors, blue colors, red colors, black colors...I just don't know what to do. Can you help me?

We have a generic, straightforward ceiling fan wiring guide guide here. It has all the different wire colors that you will find on your fan. The wiring guide identifies what each color does. In most circuits, the same wire colors tend to do the same things. You can state that red wire may be hot (or positive), and the black negative or ground. Each wiring color is discussed in the guide. The wiring guide also contains step by step instructions for installing a new ceiling fan, or repairing an old one. Diagnose ceiling fan issues and learn how to fix them as you read the guide.

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My ceiling fan makes noises while running, like a knocking, grinding, or humming noise. What is this and how do I fix it?

Please see our ceiling fan troubleshooting guide, which lists these questions and answers, as well as others. If there is a mechanical knocking noise, it could be as simple as something that has gotten into the way of the blades, the motor, or other. It could be a wire that is in the way of a moving part. Or, it could be a part that has come loose. In any case, the troubleshooting guide goes through a number of these knocking, humming and whirring noises to identify and diagnose the problem. Baed on the step by step do it yourself information, you should be able to identify the source of the problem and resolve it. If not, go ahead and use our contact form. If you are looking for a specific ceiling fan part, from a specific manufacturer

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If you are looking for a specific part and you have been unable to find it on our websiet, we humbly request you let us know who makes the fan, and what model it is. A lot of people simply send a message, Hello I have this ceiling fan the number on it is 6363fgf. This does not help us to help you. We need to know who made the fan, and the model. Also where you bought it is helpful to us if you are not able to figure out the information yourself. If you have the original box, or the manual that came with the fan that will tell you the manufacturer of the fan, and the model. If you purchased the fan new you should be able to remember the manufacturer of the fan as well.

If you absolutely cannot locate the make or model number of the fan then you may need to take the fan down. Look under the canopy or switch housing. On the square or rectangular base bottom area, there should be a sticker which has more information on your fan.

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