When installing several flush ceiling fans, make sure you have enough power to run all the fans in the same circuit. Find operative effect of the flush ceiling fans as indicated on the nameplate at the top of the fan motor and add the wattage of your bulbs in the ceiling fan watts of total operational power per fan.
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- Turn the power switch to the “Off” position that provides electricity to the ceiling fans in the main service panel.
- Test all the places fan installation to confirm that the power is disconnected, touch a pin with two pins electrical tester to the black wire inside the ceiling fan electrical box and the other pin to any metal on the case.
- Install Hampton Bay ceiling fans after the manufacturer’s instructions. Locate the mounting brackets for ceiling fans comes with mounting hardware and attach them to the ceiling fan electrical box with the screws provided.
- Hang all mounted Hampton Bay fan in the wall hanging to hold the weight of the fan when connecting cables. Locate the white wire from the ceiling fan and connect it to the white wire inside the ceiling fan electrical box by twisting a dial orange wire on the two leaders.
- Twist the red wire connector onto the black wire from the ceiling fan electrical box, connected with the black ceiling fan motor wire and the blue wire ceiling fan lighting.
- Push all wires back to the electrical box behind the wall hanging. Press the chapel of wall hanging and electric fields and secure it with four screws that come with the ceiling fan mounting hardware.
- Turn the power switch to “on” which provides electricity to the ceiling fans in the main service panel.
These ways can simplify to install flush ceiling fans with lights.
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