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Installation instructions how do you double check the code on remote is matching the code on the fan itself? Thank you

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I need to replace the remote, uc 7067rya


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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How do you match remote code with fan code


Most have four or five dip switches in them. You'll find the same dips in the transmitter & receiver. Just match them up. If it doesn't have the dip switches then it's a learner remote & you'll have to follow the instructions for that particular remote.

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Can't turn off fan when light is on


Not sure, but if its a new installation, I would say that the wiring has been done incorrectly. Ceiling fans with lights should be able to work independently. both on / off or 1 on, the other off.

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I have a brand new Kichler Ceiling Fan/Light installed in new home. This one for the M-Broom came with Remote UC7206T. The function which controls Fan and Fan speed works fine but I cannot the Light...


Something that may work (based on my experience). Shut off power to the fan (the circuit breaker). Remove the battery from the remote and push all the buttons just in case one is stuck. Reinstall the battery. Turn the CB on. Check operation using the remote.

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We just bought a house that has 3 of the same fans. THey are hunter with remote and no pull cords. The master bedroom fan doesnt work. We tried to rewire it and the only way we could get anything to...


Hi Leanne,

Most fans have green, white, black and blue wires. Green is earth or safety ground, white is neutral, black is for the fan and blue is for the light fixture. Some fans may deviate from these commonly used colors in which case you should consult the instructions. Below are links to instructions for different Hunter remote fans, additional instructions for Hunter remote fans or you can look up your fan by model number or use. It appears that the built-in remote Hunter fans have no provision for controlling a light when the fan is wired from a traditional switch instead of using the included remote, as they have only a green, white and a single black that remains powered constantly to supply the remote receiver. The hand held remote transmitter tells the receiver to switch power to the fan motor and light bulbs as needed.

It is possible that the transmitter or receiver you're using in this room is not working. Try using one of the other remotes with the non-working fan by matching the code of the remote to the fan. If it doesn't work, try selecting a different code on the fan and match it on the remote (in case there's a problem with that particular code in this location). Try all (or as many as you care) codes to see if any codes work with this remote.

By this time, you should have either found a working code with this remote and are all done, or still have a non-working fan. Since you have tried more than one remote - and know that one of them worked in the other room, suspicion falls on a faulty fan or integrated remote receiver. You can replace the fan if you like with a traditional fan and light and purchase an after market or third party RF remote control if you no longer wish to get an integrated remote receiver.

I hope this helps and good luck. Please rate my reply - thanks!

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I have a Hampton bay fan model UC7083T It's about 2 years old and remote control stopped working. I tryed a new battery and checked the pin switches to make sure they match and Im gettig power to it. It...


mcdevito75 here, Double check your barrey install in the remote, evn new batteries could be weak, also, you may have to get to the shroud just at the ceiling, that"s the cover for the fans wireing, and see if the reciever eye for the remote is clean. Also does the remote have to be programed to operate the fan.

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I have a quoram 73000 remote that the previous owner of this home uses to control a ceiling fan as well as the canned dimmer lights above the fan.I hink I just need to reprogram the remote because it...


I will assume you checked the batteries? These units have sequence matched signals. The only way to confirm neither has changed is to check both. It works like a garage door opener. 4 pins must match each other. On the remote, this is usually found where the battery goes. You will see the 4 pins. Up or down is the only option for each pin. That was easy. The hard part is getting to the receiver in the fan. At the ceiling there is a cover for the wires. 2 to 4 screws hold it in place. Remove the cover and you will see the receiver unit...probably stuffed in there very tight. Carefully remove the receiver to expose the pins. Check that they match the remote sequence. If they do not match correct to match and all should be good. If they match and the battereis are fresh, the remote or the receiver went bad. In which case you can get a universal, even by Hunter Fans at Home Depot or Lowes will work. Color match the wires if you are a DIY'r. Feedback is appreciated if this helped or not.

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How do I get the switch code for an emerson ceiling fan?


There are switches in the remote and in the switch housing. Check this Emerson link for specific instructions. http://dl.owneriq.net/0/00837059-3b79-4074-8261-2ed4fed64384.pdf

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