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Hunter fan model 23272 with remote control

Tried the dip switches didnt work

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hi you have a problem with your fan do you have the remot book how to operate the fan remote we lost the booklet for the instruction maybe you can send me a copy of your booklet instruction for the fan is your fan is from the compagny home collection and the brend or model tampa thank you

Posted on Nov 25, 2007

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The receiver is at the bottom of your fan (just above any light kits), inside a round case about 4 inches tall. You will have to take 3-4 screws out and inside you will see the receiver. It should have an electrical connector going to it with dip switch as well. It will pull right out of the case.

By the way, I am having the same problem and am trying to get ahold of Hunter for a new receiver.

Posted on Jun 19, 2008

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You will most likely need to replace the receiver with a new one from hunter. The receiver is actually a complete controller and contains the receiver, relays (which you hear clicking) and starting condensors(large capacitors which hold a charge that is "dumped" over the windings to get the motor to start from a dead stop). These appear to be pretty tightly assembled unless you have a desire to start replacing parts "off the board."

Posted on Sep 07, 2009

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SOURCE: Hunter ceiling fan remote 85095-01 stopped working

it also could be one of the the jumpers fell out of the remote
they are located just above the battery. you will need to match the placement of the jumpers with the receiver mounted in the fan.

Posted on Mar 09, 2010

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most of my fan controls have done this to me. you know the reciever is working cuz the fan works fine. you need to dis assemble the remote completely and clean the contacts for the light button. mine are two small black dots that seem to keep getting slimey and wont work till i clean them, then all works like brand new again.

good luck.

Posted on Mar 11, 2010

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My Hunter Remote does not have a Reverse button and can't find the manual

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My have a hunter ceiling fan with remote comes on with the wall switch ,but the lights and remote control won't work .can someone please explain why?

Try changing the dip codes in the receiver & transmitter. I wouldn't advise putting in the same code for both fans. Also, you might need new receivers.

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Why does our remote receiver, model #85482-01, keep resetting itself?

That's a tough one; this could be coming from a malfunctioning transmitting or receiving unit, or outside interference.

Did the handheld remote get dropped just before this problem started? Or maybe have something spilled on it? One way of ruling out spurious emissions coming from the transmitter is, once the fan is operating, remove the batteries from the remote. If it still changes modes it would NOT be the remote. Proceed to the next step.

Have you had electrical storms or power outages around the time that the problem started? If so the receiver may have taken an electrical hit. Inspect it carefully for signs of arcing or smoke, fried wires. Also sniff it, if it has a funny (burnt) smell that's where the problem is. Of course the receiver could malfunction without and power surges and that would be harder to isolate.

Lastly, outside interference; This is very hard to determine without any test equipment. If someone living near you installed a garage door opener, Set-up an amateur radio station, or started using some piece of new electronics you might be interfered with you. I have seen electric lawnmowers do some strange things (interference). I was also was once on a call where the guy next door actually went out and bought a programmable remote control to mess with my clients TV, some kind of neighborhood squabble.

Hope this helps, best of luck to you.

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Remote will not operate fan or light. Replaced battery. Remote light glows red when pressed

Check dip switches in remote and dip switches on receiver in the canopy of the fan, make sure the settings match exactly. Make sure there is power to the fan. Make sure the fan and light are not manually set to off by pullchains that may be on the fan. If the fan does have pullchains, wire it directly in (bypass the remote in the canopy) and test the functions to make sure the fan and light are working. If it works without the remote, but not with the remote, and the dip switches are set the same and you have new batteries, then the remote and receiver should be replaced.

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What is the code for the remote control to work the fan I accidently changed the 5 series code in the remote

You will have to look in your fan to find the dip switch for the receiver, depending on your model, it may be in the canopy at the ceiling, or in the switch housing where the light is, or possibly in the fan housing itself. Look your model# up and reply here and I can help you better.


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What are the dip switch settings on my hunter fan remote currently pin 1,3,4 are plugged in

That is the code that works with your wireless remote controller. The switches should be set the same in the remote in order for the wireless remote to work.

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We had an electrician install a Hunter ceiling fan in our daughter's bedroom along with a Hunter remote control. The light will randomly turn on in the middle of the night. It seems to occur only when...

Before I did anything else I would try changing the code on the problem fan. Change the dip switches in the fan and in the remote controller unit to a different code. It is not impossible that a neighbor has the same code in their unit or a device in the area is operating off the same code. Probably the cheapest thing to try next.

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