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Not to beat a dead horse, but I want to point out...

Not to beat a dead horse, but I want to point out that Hunter actually manufacturers TWO distinct lines of ceiling fans. One is for showrooms and another is for Home Depot and Lowes. The showroom...
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Valid concern. I would recommend an...

Valid concern. I would recommend an aluminum-based heat-wrap which can be found for use on wires going around engines. I dont know too much about them, but you can find the wrap at places like pep...
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Hey there. I recommend going with 4" LOW-VOLTAGE...

Hey there. I recommend going with 4" LOW-VOLTAGE housings with integrated transformers. The built-in transformers give you peace of mind when it comes to any possible voltage drop caused by remote...
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You currently have whats called a "two-wire"...

You currently have whats called a "two-wire" system. Basically any control you put in the wall will be able to only operate the basic speed functions and on/off of the fan. A "three wire" system...
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I could be mistaken, but it appears that your new...

I could be mistaken, but it appears that your new "control" unit is in reality a REMOTE CONTROL which simply mounts into the existing connection to replicate a wall-switch. The light switch can be...
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I've been in lighting for quite a few years, and...

I've been in lighting for quite a few years, and the only challenge I see with your project is filling in the huge patches of sheetrock (presumably sheetrock) left behind after you remove the...
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