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Remote Code The ceiling fan we have is controlled by a remote and inside the remote there is a red box w/ numbers from 1 to 4 to be used like a combination code. I was told the numbers on the remote should match w/ ones on the fan, but i cannot locate any numbers on the fan. Can i please get some assistance with operating this fan ? At this time the light is stuck on dim.

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Re: Remote Code

Our remote suddenly quit working. My husband took the fan all apart and was looking at receiver part in fan. Then I read above question and he checked and sure enough, the switch in remote had been moved. Apparently, dropping it had done it. Thanks.

Posted on May 08, 2008

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I had the same problem. In my case it was easy to spot. Thehe battery cover of the remote was removed by my little    girls and she was able to tinker with the dip switch inside the remote. So  i played with them. I gues the dafault is all switches up and it worked. Hope it it helps

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