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Two fans, remotes work with one, not the other

We have two Hunter fans, one in the kitchen, one in the living room. The two remotes both control the kitchen fan, but neither control the living room fan. The living room fan light will "randomly" go on and off as will the fan, at all three speeds. My guess is it is responding to a neighbors signal? Help, please!

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