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Hampton bay Mod. # 587-186

Where is the dip switch located?
Remote will not operate.

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    Jack Jr May 05, 2012

    Every ceiling fan that has a remote (even if it's mounted in the wall) will have dip-switch settings on the transmitter. Most receivers (in the fan) have the same switches and they should be set the same. Newer systems still have the dip switches on the remote but not on the receiver in the fan. In these cases you must "burn in" the code to the ceiling fan to teach it the setting you have selected.

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The dip switch is on the receiver box which is located inside the housing on the ceiling, inside the remote control, and inside the wall switch if you have a wall switch made to control the fan.  All must have the same dip switch settings.

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