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Two ceiling fans, both remotes control the same fan

I have two Hampton Bay ceiling fans (model FAN-HD) and I have two seperate remote controls. Somehow I did something so that both remotes control one fan and neither control the second. Any ideas?

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  • pinetreeapts Dec 16, 2008

    I have 24 hampton ceiling fans in my apartment building and I can turn off and on any of the fans or lights with any remote. If I shut off one bedroom light I am also shuting off the one in the other room. This is not good as we are in the process of open house. Where is this dip switch located?

  • Anonymous Mar 24, 2009

    Where is the dip switch receiver and how do I access it

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One of the dip switches is located under the globe, near the ceiling.
The other dip switch is located in the remote control. You have to take the battery out and look in the space where the battery is, usually towards the top of the remote.
On mine, there are four settings, the dip switches have to be in the same position, on both your remote and the fan unit, for them to work. You might have to reset them if you do not want both fans to work from one remote. Maybe one fan and remote have the first switch up and the other three down, that would let them both connect. The other may have the first one down and the others up, then it would only work from the remote that is set the same way.
Usually you can reset them by using the point of a pencil to move each dip switch setting.

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Most likely the dip switches on the remote receivers don't match (on the second fan, the one that doesn't work). While the remote dip swithes on both remotes match the working fan. You can simply reset the dip switches on the second fan receiver to match the one working remote, i.e. you don't need to have a second remote, one can work both fans as long as the codes (dip switches match). If you want you can make all the remotes the same, that way you have two remotes, or if you want them independent each remote and remote receiver must have unique codes (dip switch settings).

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