IS THERE A FEE FOR THIS INFO?.....AFTER A LOSS OF POWER FOR TWO HRS, I LOST THE USE OF THE REMOTE CONTROL..REPLACEd BATTERY, RESET THE MANUAL CONTROLS, STILL CANNOT USE REMOTE...IS THERE A RESET BOTTON OR...
I had exactly the same problem today and found the solution through trial and error.
There are two methods used by various manufacturers to set the code. The first (and easiest) is if there are slide switches in both the remote and the receiver that's in the fan housing. (The switches in the receiver might be hidden under a rubber boot.) Just make sure that they're set to the same pattern.
More likely you have the second style (like I do). If there is a small hole for a reset button on the back of the remote, follow these steps:
1. Open up the fan housing to get access to the receiver module. If the fan is mounted close to the ceiling, you'll have to remove the whole fan. If it has an extension tube, just remove the cover near the ceiling - the fan, blades and lights can stay in place.
2. If you look carefully, there is a very small slide switch on the side of the module, toward the end that the antenna sticks out.
3. Using a small screwdriver, paper clip, toothpick, etc. slide that switch. You'll hear a high-pitched sound that becomes a beeping sound after a second or two.
4. Go to your remote. Push the reset button with the paper clip or toothpick, hold for two seconds and let go. (You should feel a springy button; if you don't, it's probably because you missed the button and are pushing against the circuit board.)
5. Hopefully you'll see the display show "SE oF" (i.e. Set degrees Fahrenheit). If you like Celsius, press one of the Temp buttons to toggle between F and C.
6. While in the "SE oF" mode, press the Fan button. You should see "Cd xx", where xx is a two-digit number. Push the Temp buttons to select your choice of a code number. Press "Light" to lock in the code number.
NOTE: If this doesn't work, try some of the obvious things:
* Is the circuit breaker on?
* Is the light switch on?
* Is the light chain pulled to the right position?
(It's easy to lose track!)
7. If you have other remote-controlled fans, make sure the remote doesn't affect any of them. If it does, simply choose another code number.
8. Reassemble the fan and/or ceiling housing, turn on the fan and enjoy the breeze! If it's not at full speed, pull the fan chain to get the fastest speed.
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