Boy I thought this one would be simple!
Pulled out my switch today to see what I was up against and it wasn’t wired the way I expected it to be. Its a single pole switch running the fan and light at the same time (fan is a older remote model which I am hoping has a removable RF module that I can swap out once I get to that point).
Photos attached of what I’m seeing. There is a red, black, white wire coming in. Red and black are hooked up to the switch. White is capped.
In my every learning mind I am thinking that the power for the fan is at the fan side of things since the switch box only has one wire coming in?
I think the thing that’s got me confused is the red wire. Im not sure why its there and why the white (assumed neutral) is capped?
Do these photos tell anyone if I am even going to be able to use the light/fan switch in my setup?
I havent pulled apart the fan itself as of yet which of course would probably tell us more!
Thanks for any help.