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I purchased a Universal Wall Mount Control to operate a current wireless controlled fan with a hand held remote. Why is the wall mount control not operating fan with fans original receiver?

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Depending on the age and brand of the fan it could have dip switches on the receiver, the part of the remote control unit that is either up in the canopy of the fan or it may be built into the fan, and the wall control ie transmitter may not be compatible with it. When replacing a remote control unit it is advisable to replace both since it could be either the receiver or transmitter.

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