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Doesn work at all

Since i bougt my fan it didnt work my remote it doesnt seem to send a signal to the receiver fan goes on no light and my remote doesnt respond

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  • Anonymous Feb 01, 2009

    I have a problem with my reciever (model:UC7067RC-L,fan speed control E161552 8F36) for Hampton Bay 54 In.5 Blade ceiling fan.

    Where I can get new reciever?

    Thanks

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I've had the same problem. Get the technical assistance phone # out of the manual that came with the fan. They can give you the proper part # so that you can then call Home Depot and special order the receiver. However, I have done this and then installed the new receiver as advised by Hampton Bay and I still am unable to get the remote to operate the fan or the lights. I know the fan works becaue I bypassed the receiver and wired directly to house power. I don't know if perhaps I have a bad transmitter (remote). I'll try that next. The fan worked for about a year, now its just a headache.

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