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Fan with light (no remote) with wall switch not a 3-way

I purchased a ceiling fan with a light. (Hunter) I do not have a 3 way switch in the room, only normal light switch. Do I have to replace fan (no remote) with a fan ith a remote or can I rewire to us existing setup without a remote. tks

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Unless you want to use pull chains, you will either have to get a different fan with a remote, or you can buy a remote to ADD to an existing fan/light. It hooks up under the base of the lamp. They seem to work better than the factory fans with the built in remotes.

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