Installing ceiling fan, no existing fixture & split tab receptacle

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Old 06-03-11, 09:47 PM
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Unhappy Installing ceiling fan, no existing fixture & split tab receptacle

Hello, new guy here!

I have been reading these posts as of tonight. I have finished installing a ceiling fan in my son's room, wired it to the switch. However, I cannot get the power to work on it, so I have messed up somewhere. In regards to the lighted fan, it was wired that it would have to have the pull chains used, but could turn it off with the switch. Also, before the fixture was installed, he had to use a lamp to light his room, thus having a split-receptacle.


If need be, I can email a drawing of what I can see from my perspective.

Thanks! Vincent
 
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Old 06-03-11, 10:26 PM
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Is the 14-2 top right of the receptacle power in?
Where do the 14-2s at the top if the switch go?
Where does the 12-2 at the fan/lgt come from?
Do you still want a switched receptacle?
 
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