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Have 2 fans close to each other the remote control runs bot fans at same time want to make each fan have it own remote please help

Hey B.. You will have to get two remotes and program each fan and remote separately on different frequencies.

Jul 13, 2017 | Dryers

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How can the remotes be set to separately control 2 fans in the same room?

Most have four dip switches in the transmitter & receiver. You need to match-up the dips in both for one fan. The dip switches in the transmitter are in the battery compartment.

Oct 05, 2015 | Dryers

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Installed 2 remotes, 1 in each bedroom. second remote learned both fans and now controls both. How can I fix this? Will these remotes UNLEARN a code?

most likely both fan/remotes are set with the same code. You should be able to put each on a separate frequency. Normally there are small switches that are used to set the codes in the fan and the controller.

Jul 16, 2015 | Televison & Video

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Two doors are programed the same and open / close at the same time

You have to erase the receiver memory on both receivers and start over again. Do not do them at the same time.

Mar 12, 2013 | Chamberlain KLIK1 Remote Control

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Where do I find a replacement remote for 60" St Regis Fan?

Home Depot sells them separately. Be sure to program new remote with fan. Good luck!

Oct 28, 2009 | Hampton Bay 60 In. St. Regis Fan, Ancient...

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Need manual to program remote to a different frequency

Each fan with have a receiver unit mounted in the housing, usually above the fan up against the ceiling. Each receiver unit will have 4 "dip pins" which allow the code to the remote to be set. In order for two fans originally installed with the same code to be run separately, one fan will have to be taken down, and the code changed on the receiver unit. Then you will have to purchase a new remote and set the same code on its dip pins (usually under the battery.) It's easiest to buy a replacement remote WITH a receiver AND a transmitter in it. You can either wire in the new receiver (setting the code differently than the existing one on BOTH the receiver AND the transmitter) OR just put the receiver aside and program the new code that you've set in the old one into the transmitter.

Apr 25, 2009 | Universal Remote Control Hampton Bay...

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