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Good evening I have a ceiling fan remote programmed for ceiling fan two, but remote one is missing is there anyway to reprogram the fan to the remote since the remote has no programmable keys?

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Sounds like the remote receiver units (located where the mains connect to the fans) took a surge and have failed.

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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.

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What codes? There are 4 dip switches (see DIP switch wikipedia) inside the remote control and 4 inside the sensor that is inside the fan. They have to be in the same position. If you don't feel like messing with the one inside the fan, keep changing the ones inside the remote. U= Up, D = Down
U-U-U-U, U-U-U-D, U-U-D-U, U-D-U-U, D-U-U-U, U-U-D-D, U-D-U-D, ... D-D-D-D (*There are 16 possible arrangements*) On e of these arrangements will work (has to work) if the remote components are not damaged.

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This is the most complicated way I know of coding a remote and I am a tech. who does this all the time.
Turn power off. Wait 3 sec's & turn back on. Quickly press program button on back of box twice. Lights will flash, bottom light will stay on. Press program button twice, & No. 3 light will start flashing. Press and hold your remote button until light stops flashing. Code will be accepted.

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