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I have 21 ceiling fans in my house.

I have 21 of the ceiling fans shown in the picture above in my house.The remote code have 16 possibility. I have some of them with the same remote code. Any solutions?

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  • Jonah Musto Oct 03, 2009

    I have set 2 fans in 1 room to the same remote code, and now, the fans in different room have the different remote code. Thank you.

  • Samuel Charles Spriggs May 11, 2010

    Some thots: You could set the 6 fans which are the furthest distance apart on the same frequency -- no guarantee that would work. If some of these are in the same room you could set them on the same frequency. You could aslo put different brand receivers & remotes in some of them if you verify that the frequencies are different.--------- Charlie Charlie



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Three suggestions (maybe not viable solutions):
1. Consider creating ceiling fan "groups". A group is a set of fans that is controlled by one remote.
Group: All (or some) in all vaulted ceilings.
Group: All hallways
Group: Outdoor celing fans
Power OFF ceiling fans at the wall switch that are not used often. Those can have duplicate codes.
If the remote controls are iR (infrared) rather than RF (Radio frequency), then the ceiling fans that are farthest apart or have more solid walls in between, can have the same codes and not be affected by the "wrong" remote.

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Setting two fans to the same code in a room works, until one fan turns on and the other didn't receive the signal, now their out of sinc. It sounds like you have the older 4-dipswitch 64-bit "red-light" system. There is a new 8-dipswitch 256-bit "green light" system that you could install on just a few of your fans to ease the frequency jam on your red-light system and finally get control of all your fans individually. I believe they run about $60 for the transmitter and receiver together and you can purchase them at Fan Man Lighting 1-866-600-3267. They have 30 years experience and will know your problem right off.

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