J > I installed a ceiling fan with remote, and it works - basically. The
J > problem is when I start mixing the dimming function on the remote with
J > changing the fan speeds. The remote has a readout for brightness. Say I
J > dim it to 50%. Then I change the fan from high to medium. The light gets
You don't happen to have the fan motor also connected to the dimmer,
do you? You'll burn out the motor.
J > little dimmer, and flickers or flutters. Then I change the fan to low. Th
J > light goes to 100%. I turn the fan off and the light returns to normal 50%
If the motor is wired to the dimmer then the changing load caused by
altering the motor speed is causing the lights to change brightness.
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