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Make sure the dip switches are on the same frequency. Also, make sure if you have a wall switch, that it is in the on position. If the fan has a pull chain, make sure to go to high position. And lastly, if there is a reverse switch on the fan, make sure it's not stuck in the center position.
Posted on Mar 28, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you don't want the to use the remote you don't have to, but you don't have enough wires to switch the upper light, the lower light, and the fan. You can, however, switch the upper and lower lights together if that's okay. In order to do that you'd connect the white from the ceiling box to the white (neutral) on the fan, then the green from the ceiling box to any green(ground) wires on the fan, then the black from the ceiling box to the black(motor) from the fan, then the red from the ceiling box to the blue and orange (lights) from the fan. I'm assuming that the black and red in the ceiling box are also in the switch box where the fan/light control switch is going. Those are the ones you'll connect to the controller.
Posted on Jan 27, 2009
The remote for the ceiling fan has 4 switches inside the battery compartment- look there. I had the same problem, turns out that when I replaced the battery one of the switches was inverted by mistake. Now it looks like 1 and 2 on, 3 and 4 off - and everything works.
Posted on Mar 02, 2009
SOURCE: remote controlled ceiling fan
unplug the fan then remove the batteries from the remote then plug the fan back in and, reinstall the batteries; this resets the fan control
Posted on Apr 22, 2009
You will most likely need to replace the receiver with a new one from hunter. The receiver is actually a complete controller and contains the receiver, relays (which you hear clicking) and starting condensors(large capacitors which hold a charge that is "dumped" over the windings to get the motor to start from a dead stop). These appear to be pretty tightly assembled unless you have a desire to start replacing parts "off the board."
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
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