At the fan: Connect the neutrals for the light & fan (whites that are paired with the blue & black wires) to the white in the /3 cable. Connect the neutral for the heat (white that is paired with the red wire) to the white in the /2 cable. Connect the black (fan) wire to the black wire in the /3 cable.
A basic wiring plan for a bathroom includes a 20-amp, GFCI-protected circuit for the receptacles and a 15-amp general lighting circuit for the switches, light fixtures, and vent fan. In some areas, the lighting and receptacles must be on separate circuits so that if a receptacle trips the circuit breaker, the lights won’t go out.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How do you wire a fan light combo?
1:134:50Lighting and Ceiling Fans | The Home Depot - YouTubeYouTubeStart of suggested clipEnd of suggested clipAnd light fixture to install connect the green and grounding wires. Together then the white wires.MoreAnd light fixture to install connect the green and grounding wires. Together then the white wires. Together. Then connect the fans blue and black wires to the homes black and red wires.
What kind of wire do you use for a bathroom fan?
Buying a Bathroom Exhaust Fan Most bathroom ventilation fans use a 15-amp circuit breaker and 14-gauge wiring. Due to the increased power drawn, fans with heaters usually require a 20-amp circuit breaker and 12-gauge wiring. Use the manufacturer's electrical specifications to confirm this.
What kind of wire do you need for an exhaust fan?
Connect the white wires from your exhaust fan to the common white wire in your electrical system. Use a wire nut and not just electrical tape. There should be several black wires feeding into your exhaust fan unit.