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Need to reprogram a ceiling fan remote to work with a different fan

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SOURCE: no connection between the fan remote and Ceiling fan

The remote-controlled fans that I've seen all have DIP switches in the transmitter (the "remote") and receiver (up by the fan). For the remote to operate the fan, both sets of switches have to be set to the same code. If you happened to bump the DIP switches (and change the code) while replacing the battery, the fan would no longer respond to the remote.

It's been four months since you posted this problem, so you've probably figured that out by now. Still, other users may run into the same problem occasionally.

Posted on Apr 17, 2008

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SOURCE: Two ceiling fans, both remotes control the same fan

One of the dip switches is located under the globe, near the ceiling.
The other dip switch is located in the remote control. You have to take the battery out and look in the space where the battery is, usually towards the top of the remote.
On mine, there are four settings, the dip switches have to be in the same position, on both your remote and the fan unit, for them to work. You might have to reset them if you do not want both fans to work from one remote. Maybe one fan and remote have the first switch up and the other three down, that would let them both connect. The other may have the first one down and the others up, then it would only work from the remote that is set the same way.
Usually you can reset them by using the point of a pencil to move each dip switch setting.

Posted on Mar 26, 2009

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SOURCE: Hampton Bay ceiling fan remote control

i have a problem with remote ceailing fan and light i tried push on light key - dim light low to high working but fan isnt working hi to low. i checked the supply wire red, white and black so i have a installing receiver and receiver have red receiver wire to black supply wire, white receiver wire to white supply wire , but what i do with red supply wire to QQQQ

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Posted on Oct 17, 2009

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You should be able to get a universal remote for a ceiling fan at home depot or lowes. Be aware they only sell then WITH the remote and the receiver unit as a package. Be aware, you'll need to check the 4 "dip pin" positions on the receiver unit on the fan itself to program the new remote. Yes, you'll have a spare receiver left in the package unless you choose to install the new one. You may have to remove the fan to do this, as they're usually found in the canopy (where the fan hangs from the box in the ceiling.) Often, the dip switches are just left all "up," however, they could easily have been changed. Some fans are programmable now, and you can test the code without having to check the receiver in the fan (similar to an older TV remote.) If you're using this for a TV, Satellite dish, etc, you'll need to find a compatible one online (not necessarily that model, it's "UNIVERSAL" and follow the instructions that come with it. TV and Ceiling fan remotes operate totally differntly, so if you have a remote that does both tasks, it's fairly new technology, and you'll have to follow instructions for the one you purchase.

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Change the battery. This is the first step when troubleshooting a ceiling fan remote. The easiest fix to any remote control problem begins with battery replacement. A 9-volt battery is needed to operate all Hampton Bay ceiling fan remotes.

Check the light switch used for the ceiling fan. The light switch found on the wall must be in the "on" position. This allows the ceiling fan to be operated by remote control

Re-program your remote. If battery replacement fails to get your remote working again, try to reprogram the remote. Open the battery cover you will see 4 dip switches. These switches must be set to the same position as the receiver on the fan. Use the screw driver to move the dip switches either up or down.

Follow the previous step to change the frequency if the ceiling fan is randomly turning on or off. Other electronic devices such as garage door openers can interfere with the ceiling fans receiver, causing it to randomly turn on or off.



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