How can i fix fan in my new home

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    wjames811

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    Hi, That we build a new home for that we need fan,I got USHA fan but i don't know to connect in roof anyone can help?
     
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    I typically use an electrician.
     
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    Hi, I attach the fan with roof, But i want to know what wire want to give phase and what wire that goes to neutral..
     
    wjames811, Feb 6, 2012
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    In the states, the black is supposed to be the 'hot'. But this can get a bit tricky if someone has wired in a switch, etc. So it is best to test the wires with a MM, with the electric on.
     
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    you must consult an electrician for this.
     
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