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Rcs 4vpis4u How do you remove the cover on the battery compartment on the back of the remote?

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REMOTE CONTROL HANDSET: (sEE Figure 3)

NOTE: PLEASE REMOVE THE PROTECTIVE STICKER FROM

THE REMOTE CONTROL BATTERY BEFORE OPERATION.

This unit includes one lithium battery, CR2025/3V.

Remove battery before discarding the remote.

Battery Replacement

a) Locate the battery compartment on the back of the

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b) Remove old battery.

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d) Slide battery compartment into the remote control

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• Remove the battery from the equipment when it is not

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• Remove the used battery promptly.

• Do not discard used batteries into household trash

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Go to your circuit breaker or fuse box, and turn off the power to the fan you will be programming.

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  • 3 Match the DIP switches inside the remote's battery compartment with the DIP switches on the fan's receiver unit.
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  • 5 Go back to your circuit breaker or fuse box, and turn the power to your fan back on.
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