Hampton Bay ceiling fan wiring. Welcome to the DoItYourself Forums! Thread Tools Show Printable Version Search Thread. At this moment the fan is working well, but the light is not working at all. I have lost its instruction booklet. Therefore, I do not know how I should wire them up. Could you give me advices? Here is my situation. The black and white are conected to the fan motor and working. I suppose the green is for ground.
So the remaining wire is 1-light blue. From ceiling there are 3 wires coming down. Since the black and white are connected to the motor, I supposed I should connect the green from ceiling to the light blue from the ceiling fan. But it does not work. Join Date Apr State CANADA Posts 1, Green is ground, and connects to the ground in the ceiling box.
Blue is the light, and in your case, connects with the black. Hampton ceiling fan wire Thank you for your advice. But I still have a problem. The remaining wire from the ceiling is green. The black wire from ceiling is already connected to the motor and working fine. Join Date Sep Posts 18, Never, ever, ever connect a bare or green wire to anything except another bare or green wire, or a green screw. Doing otherwise is a suicide attempt.
Connect the ceiling green wire to the fan green wire. And, as classicsat already said, both the black and blue wires from the fan connect to the black wire from the ceiling. Hampto Ceiling Fan Thank you for the advice. I am still confused. If I connect green-fan wire to green-ceiling wire, where is the ground connection? If you connect these two green wires, that is the ground connection. Hampton ceiling fan wire Et voila!
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