Replace a Ceiling Fan in Kitchen
Materials and Tools:
cordless drill with battery and magnetic screw tip
electrical meter with continuity tester
screwdrivers (Philips and flat-head)
1. Turn the power off to the kitchen fan. Don’t trust just turning off the dimmer, because you can't tell visually whether a dimmer is on or off. Turn the power off at the circuit box and use the electrical tester on the existing fan to make sure it's off.
2. Remove the existing ceiling fan. If the fan is still in working order, save the parts so you can use it in another area.
3. Assemble the new ceiling fan following the manufacturer’s instructions. Connect the color-coded wiring, also following the manufacturer's guidelines.
4. Secure the fan to the ceiling, then add trim pieces.
5. Turn the power back on and test the fan.