Question about Hunter Ceiling Fan Light Remote Control
Transmitter sku#175-776 used with receiver model 7067R. fan is a Hunter
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Home Depot sells universal remote systems (transmitter and receiver) for around $30 (in Delaware & Pennsylvania) -- don't know price in Chicago).
I'd just replace it. Hunter may be correct that they are the only source for the receiver, but if you get a new transmitter as well, you don't need their receiver. The labor is the same either way.
Posted on Aug 21, 2009
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
Hello, I am not an electrician. I know you mentioned electricity is going to the fan and I read the other gentleman's answer if the motor component goes it bares consequence on the light working. It's plausible the motor went causing the light not to work. However I wondered if the wall switch went bad. I would change the wall switch and see if that is the culprit.
Posted on Oct 06, 2010
SOURCE: Hunter ceiling fan 52 ",
Hey dale. Sounds like either the integrated remote pack inside the fan housing might be bad, or the reversal switch part. If it has a switch on the fan housing to change it from forward and reverse, you could try going to a hardware store and replacing that switch. If that doesn't work, then it is probably a bad remote receiver pack iside the fan, it will be a bigger, probably black little box. If this is the case, your better off getting a new fan, as it will cost about the same. If your fan doesn't have a little switch to change blade direction, 9 out of 10 times it is the receiver pack. If your fan does have a switch for fan direction, there is a good chance it is a bad switch. It could also be both. After 10 years with the fan, you might seriously want to consider purchasing a new fan.
Posted on May 21, 2011
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