Question about Hunter 52" Ceiling Fan With Light And Remote Control
I have two ceiling fans from Sears with the same remote controls. The buttons on the remotes don't control the lights and fan speeds too well anymore. I have changed the 9 volt batteries but it doesn't help. I have taken the remotes apart and there are what appears to be rubber pads that come into contact with the circuit board that controls the functions. I have cleaned the rubber pads and circuit boards and the remotes are still hard to operate. We have to keep pressing them, sometimes hard, to get the functions to work. Any suggestions. Replacement remotes cost as much as the fans!
If you know where the remote receiver is located on the fan (probably in the canopy or the compartment where a light kit would attach), you may want to see if you can find the wire antenna that is hanging off of it. If possible, run that wire outside the canopy so it is exposed, this might give you a better response.
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
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