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Hunter Sonic Ceiling fan comes on by itself

I have a Hunter Sonic ceiling fan that my electrician installed. It woks fine, but every day or everyother day it will come on by itself. Sometimes when I am gone. I can not find one single thing that is making this happen. I live out in the country and I am at least 100 yards from my closest neighbor. I have contacted Hunter and they are sending me a new sending unit. Will that fix my problem?

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