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

I have a model CF 945 fan and a remote with switches inside.  Where do I find the switches on the fan to match with the remote?

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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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