Electric ceiling fan chandelier cool a room in the summer, creating air movement while adding a visual design element to the room. Fans are wired in essentially the same way as a ceiling lamp, and are actually usually installed instead of ceiling lamps. Fan for the fan is controlled from the same wall switch that controlled ceiling lights. Never work on the fan or ceiling lamp without cutting force on the fuse box (not just by turning down the wall switch). Cut power to the existing ceiling fixture, on the fuse box of the house. Remove the old luminary by removing the screws that hold it to the ceiling, lowering it to wiring over it, and disconnect the luminary wires from the housing wires. Three wires (black, white and bare ground) should be left hanging from the ceiling electric box.
Hold mounting bracket for your fan kit up to the ceiling fan chandelier electric box, lining up the screw holes. Attach the fitting to the box with the supplied screws. Snob bare copper grounding wire from the box around the green grounding screw on the mounting bracket. Tighten the screw. Put fan homes together on the floor, follow the instructions that came with. Do not install the blades.
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Take ceiling fan chandelier unit up your ladder and hold it close enough to the electrical box, you can attach the wires from fan unit to wires from the box. Connect the white cord from the device to the white wire from the box, installing a wire cap around the two wires. Repeat for the black wires from the box and fan. Your fan comes with an attached light, and then connects the chandelier cord to two black wires. Raise fan housing to the ceiling, hold it against the mounting bracket and attach it with the supplied screws.