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10-15-20, 07:13 AM
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Posted By Geochurchi

Hi, this may be an option, although it will move...

Hi, this may be an option, although it will move the lamp further down in the fixture.
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Defiant-Smart-Dusk-to-Dawn-Screw-In-Light-Control-White-SLC9BCD/300440744
Is that...
10-15-20, 03:30 AM
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Posted By Luke M

A digital timer can do the same job. They tend to...

A digital timer can do the same job. They tend to be a pain to program, and they forget the time after an extended power outage. But easier to install than a sensor.
10-15-20, 12:10 AM
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Posted By PJmax

Yes.... that would be correct.

Yes.... that would be correct.
10-14-20, 06:52 PM
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Posted By lambition

Usually they are made with cast zinc. If you can...

Usually they are made with cast zinc. If you can find a good spot with enough space inside, drilling into the fixture probably is the best option.


You have to install the sensor inside of a...
10-14-20, 06:50 PM
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Posted By PJmax

If you had bought a light with a built in...

If you had bought a light with a built in sensor.... it would usually be in the section above the light.
The sensor in the link below is the one that would be used there.
Can't tell from the...
10-14-20, 01:54 PM
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Posted By joed

There should not be any glue involved. The sensor...

There should not be any glue involved. The sensor should mount by screwing onto the fixture.
10-14-20, 01:47 PM
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Posted By Andrew

If you can, its best practice to aim the sensor...

If you can, its best practice to aim the sensor north.
Andy
10-14-20, 01:04 PM
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Posted By Geochurchi

Hi, does the fixture have a threaded knock out?...

Hi, does the fixture have a threaded knock out? post a pic of the fixture, your wiring sounds correct.
Geo🇺🇸
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Posted By PJmax

The Hunter kit you got with the receiver and the...

The Hunter kit you got with the receiver and the remote are paired together already. If it's like most Hunter fans.... the remote has a dip switch in the battery compartment.

I don't know if that...
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Posted By PJmax

Geez..... they've changed that module again. ...

Geez..... they've changed that module again.

Blue from receiver to blue of fan.
Yellow from receiver to black of fan.
White from receiver to white of fan and white/neutral.
Black from receiver...
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Posted By PJmax

The white, black and green at one end are the...

The white, black and green at one end are the power in to the receiver.
The white, black and blue are the wires from the receiver to the fan.
Not sure what the yellow is. Maybe an antenna ? Look in...
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Posted By PJmax

Those wires are discolored but are white. The...

Those wires are discolored but are white.
The cable where the white wire goes to the black wires is the switch loop. The black wire from that cable is the one with the orange wire nut. That's the...
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Posted By PJmax

I'm glad you posted that picture. Based on the...

I'm glad you posted that picture. Based on the model number..... E-BDB52MWW5BC4..... that's not a Hunter..... it's a Harbor Breeze. One of Lowes products line. I posted a link to the universal kit in...
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Posted By Tolyn Ironhand

The receiver will be in the canopy where it...

The receiver will be in the canopy where it attaches to the ceiling. Your picture is of the fan motor. There is nothing in there you should need to access.
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Posted By PJmax

The good news is I found what you have. In the...

The good news is I found what you have.
In the description is says it is ok with LED use so it may have just gone bad.

The bad news is that is a wireless wall switch.
The actual receiver that...
07-10-19, 02:32 PM
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Posted By ibpooks

It will (probably) be on the old power supply,...

It will (probably) be on the old power supply, and will look something like this. It indicates which part of the plug connects to which pole of the power supply. When you connect the new power...
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