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Trying to reprogram wall control to a new freqency. fan come on, on own. need directions to change and reprogram to ceiling fan
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Minka Aire Remote control R211
You need to change the tiny DIP switch settings so each fan is set up differently. (Note that each pair of remote transmitters--the one in the fan body, held in a bracket above the light kit when you drop that down; plus the one on the wall switch or in a hand-held remote, must be set with the same combination.)
Our Minka Aire Churchill model has 4 DIP switches; I have seen Casablancas with 5.
Posted on Dec 13, 2008
Either the bulb is blown or the connection under the wire nut is loose. First check the bulb then turn off the power at the panel and check each wire nut by unscrewing it and making sure that the wires are tightly twisted together before reinstalling the wire nut.
Posted on Apr 06, 2009
SOURCE: ceiling fans on same frequency
With many models of fans, each fan will have to be taken down to get to the remote receiver, which is often mounted flush to the ceiling, in order to change the codes. This is not difficult, but if you have any problem with doing it, call a local handyman who is familiar with ceiling fan installation.
Posted on May 26, 2009
I will assume you checked the batteries? These units have sequence matched signals. The only way to confirm neither has changed is to check both. It works like a garage door opener. 4 pins must match each other. On the remote, this is usually found where the battery goes. You will see the 4 pins. Up or down is the only option for each pin. That was easy. The hard part is getting to the receiver in the fan. At the ceiling there is a cover for the wires. 2 to 4 screws hold it in place. Remove the cover and you will see the receiver unit...probably stuffed in there very tight. Carefully remove the receiver to expose the pins. Check that they match the remote sequence. If they do not match correct to match and all should be good. If they match and the battereis are fresh, the remote or the receiver went bad. In which case you can get a universal, even by Hunter Fans at Home Depot or Lowes will work. Color match the wires if you are a DIY'r. Feedback is appreciated if this helped or not.
Posted on Jun 30, 2010
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