Question about Hunter Ceiling Fan Light Remote Control
I changed the battery in my wireless remote transmitter sku#175-776 model 7067r. As the prior battery went dead. Now the fan and light doesn't work. Please help
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: remote not controling fan
You either have a bad receiver or the receiver isn't wired correctly,
On the receiver house wire side are black, white, and green.
On the receiver fan side are white, black, blue, and green. The black is hot for the fan, the blue is hot for the light. They can be wired together from receiver to fan.
At the bottom are a blue and a white wire to go to the lights.
Sometimes when installed the receiver is placed so that a part of the wiring box obstructs the signal from the remote and it doesn't work properly, or misses some commands.
I recommend buying a new remote and receiver and wiring the receiver in so that it rests on the sheetrock beside the wire in box.
Posted on May 26, 2009
The transmitter is the remote. The receiver is located inside the fan mounting bracket next to the ceiling. If you replace it make sure to set the dip settings on the new receiver exactly as they are on the old one. Wire the new receiver exactly as the old one is wired if it was working before.
Posted on Nov 07, 2009
SOURCE: Hunter ceiling fan 52 ",
Hey dale. Sounds like either the integrated remote pack inside the fan housing might be bad, or the reversal switch part. If it has a switch on the fan housing to change it from forward and reverse, you could try going to a hardware store and replacing that switch. If that doesn't work, then it is probably a bad remote receiver pack iside the fan, it will be a bigger, probably black little box. If this is the case, your better off getting a new fan, as it will cost about the same. If your fan doesn't have a little switch to change blade direction, 9 out of 10 times it is the receiver pack. If your fan does have a switch for fan direction, there is a good chance it is a bad switch. It could also be both. After 10 years with the fan, you might seriously want to consider purchasing a new fan.
Posted on May 21, 2011
Here's what you do. I just fixed mine. I had the same issue. Over time the rubber on the buttons will wear down and block the contacts. Take the remote apart. There should be two screws, take them out, the back should come off. you will see the electric board, one screw you take off. Flip it over and you will see the contacts on the back of the board. If there is a build up of rubber all you do is take a pencil eraser and lightly rub the contacts. This will clean them and then you should have no other problems. Hope this helps..
Posted on Nov 15, 2011
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