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Remote not working at all

Cant get remote to operate at ALL...Fan remains on low will not increases speeds & has to be turned off at wall switch Remote doesnt operate light at all....Ive changed batteries and bulbs. Can I use fan & light by changes out of fixture without remote???
please advise ASAP

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  • Laguna63 Jan 24, 2009

    I have a similar situation. I don't recall the model but its silver with 4 lights with 4 black fans. I cannot find the manual for this fan where it can tell me where the fan's code switch is located. Does anyone know? I tried replacing the remote with a replacement remote but that did not work. So, I have to assume I now have 2 remotes that work and a ceiling fan that does not. This fan has been working for years when it stopped working a few months ago. I never changed the code switches so its by default on 1 "up" and 2,3,4 "down". thanks.

  • Shaun Plencner
    Shaun Plencner May 11, 2010

    is the wire to the remote hooked in to ur power switch did it work before

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Check the fan and the remote to see the code switches are same. Sometimes depending on the age and humidity you may have to slide the switches back and forth to clean the contacts. Did it ever work? Are the batteries in the proper polarities? The fan and remote have to have the same numbers picked to operate properly.

Posted on Jan 11, 2009

  • carmen721t
    carmen721t Apr 20, 2013

    Where can we find the switches in the fan?

  • carmen721t
    carmen721t Apr 20, 2013

    Where do we find the numbers inside the fan to make sure they match with the remote?

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