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Re: Hunter 27185 remote
Your not the only one that is having problems with Hunter remotes, they work great for around six months and then go heywire!!!! there is no much you can do about this apart from unhook your nice hunter fan and replace it with a
cheaper, lesser-known brand because their remote receiver probably
work better. It's a shame an established company like hunter is damaging
their own reputation by putting their name on this cheap Chinese piece
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1) Clean the contacts batteries very well. 2) Tight the springs contacts with pliers for better contacts batteries 3) Resolder the wires contacts batteries, look for this . 4) Open the remote control and clean the keypads contacts with special spray contact cleaner. Otherwise you must to go to the repair shop TV. God bless you
I have had the same problem with the light coming on intermittently by itself. At first I also could not change the settings and have the remote work with the new settings. But I found out that when you change the dip switch of the receiver you must turn off the power using the wall switch or the circuit breaker and turn it back on before the receiver will use the new dip setting. I am still waiting to see if the light will come back on after changing the dip switches from 1-on, 2-on, 3-on, 4-off to 1-off, 2-on, 3-on, 4-on and the remote's jumpers from 1-jumpered, 2-jumpered, 3-jumpered, 4- no jumper to 1-no jumper, 2-jumpered, 3-jumpered, 4- jumpered.
The problem is most likely a interruption in power. I just e-mailed Hunter asking if I could stop this from happening since my fan is over the bed. Their reply is as follows... The light will come on after power is
restored following an interruption. This is a design feature of the remote
control and cannot be modified or adjusted. We apologize for the
inconvenience. If you have further questions, please phone us toll free at
888-830-1326. Our hours are from 7:00am-7:00pm (central) on weekdays and
8:00am-5:00pm on Saturdays. Any representative can assist you.
yeah, if you take off the battery cover on your fan remote there should be something called a "dip switch". it wiil be numbered 1,2,3,4, just flip these switches up or down to match the receiver that will be located in the fan houseing or in the fan canopy.
Do not use the factory default position in either fan. Double check the dip switches, and make sure they are the same for each individual receiver and remote.Different codes for each. Dip switches are the oppsite direction in the remote for some reason?