Hunter garage fan – There was a time when you install a ceiling fan meant hiring a professional, but today’s ceiling fans are usually made for do-it-yourself installation on an existing ceiling electric field, which generally will have a ceiling light fixture attached to it. Cut off electricity to the existing ceiling lamp on the house circuit box. Access to the old stand with your ladder and remove it using a screwdriver to take out the screws holding the fixture to the electrical box embedded in the ceiling. Disconnect the wires between the fixture and the box so that the exposed wires hanging out of the box.
Find the mounting bracket that came with hunter garage fan and screw it to the electrical box with the screws provided. The bracket will be fitted with screw holes to be aligned with the screw holes on a standard box. The wire should hang down the center of the bracket. Assemble the fan according to the instructions, but do not attach the blades. Walk the fan unit your ladder and hang it from the mounting hook on the bracket. This will be a small metal hook which fits through a hole near the top of the fan housing so that the housing for hanging sideways from the bracket, so the wires from the fan will be near the wires coming out of the electric field.
Connect the wires from the fan to them from the electric field with wire nuts. Connect the wires according to color: black to black, white to white. Wrap electrician’s tape around the connections. Tuck the connected parts of the wires into the electric field. Twist the copper grounding wire of the electrical box around the green grounding screw on the hunter garage fan.