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Two fans with the same remote code.

I have two Hampton Bay fans in my house. When I turn one on with the remote, the other one turns on as well. How can I change the remote code so 1 remote doesn't control both fans?

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  • langene Jul 14, 2009

    where are those located on the fan?

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There are dip-switches in both the remote and the fan. You need to change the switches on one of your fans.

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