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Reprograming Ceiling fan remotes

I have two remotes with the sme settings, How do I reprogram so that I don't turn on both at the same time. They are Hunter Ceiling fans

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You need to find the dip switches or jumper blocks on posts on the remote and on the fan. As for the receiver, usually they are in a separate unit that slides into the hanger bracket that attaches to the ceiling inside the decorative canopy cover, otherwise they should be visible if you are looking down onto the top of the motor without having to open any kind of access. And as for the remote, you should be able to access them through the battery compartment. just make sure the codes match.

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