Question about Hampton Bay 52 In. White Redington III¿ Ceiling Fan w/ Remote Control & Light Kit

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Remote vs receiver problem.

Remote will not turn off lights or start fan. Is it a remote problem or a receiver problem?

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  • Anonymous Jan 07, 2008

    I lost a lamp, coffeepot and my ceiling fan one night. Woke up and none of them worked. I replaced the lamp and coffeepot, but the ceiling fan is 15 feet up. It has a remote, and I replaced the batteries. Still doesn't work, but the little red light comes on when I push the buttons. Sounds like the receiver??? I would like to get a new receiver. My remote is Model# UC7078T -- FCC ID CHQ8BT7078T and has a Hampton Bay logo on it.The ceiling unit is one with fake antlers, fake wood blocks, 3 lights with paper shades and 5 blades. Don't know the # or size, but it came with this remote 3 to 5 years ago. Where can I get a receiver?

  • Anonymous Apr 28, 2008

    none

  • Anonymous Apr 30, 2008

    I have the exact same problem, the little red light on the remote comes on but no lights or fan the remote madel is UC7078T and it sounds like some other folks have issues with Hampton Bay as well. I'm not sure if I should waste the time and money to have an electrician look it over or not. The fan is about 5-years old.

  • Anonymous Apr 30, 2008

    remote won't work for the fan or the light.

  • Anonymous Jun 02, 2008

    We have that problem too but, we dont have the same kind of remote so we can't fix it like he say! HELP!

  • Anonymous Jul 22, 2008

    my remote will not turn off or on the fan or the light and its the only way of turning this ceiling fan on and off. we have to hold the remote control right up at the and nearly touch it to make it work at all. my husband took the light fixture part down witch has a hub and looks like a motor or battery pack for the light fixture. It appears to have been hot at some point as the casing has burn marks or hot spots burned into it. we went to home depot but they were of NO HELP...they sold us something that doesnt even fit or work in this unit. model number uc7051R

  • Anonymous Jul 24, 2008

    Light And fan not working with remote?? Any fixes???

  • Anonymous Aug 12, 2008

    My remote for my 60 Miramar model 133715 ceiling fan from Hampton Bay has worked fine until we replaced the burned out bulbs in the top light section of the fan. The remote eill now not turn off the top light portion at all even thought it turns off the bottom light portion and works the fan perfectly. Please help.

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I had the same problem. I am guessing one of the kids dropped it. I openend the remote and noticed the dip switch had been jarred so that it was not set completely. I set the switches and now it works fine.

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This is one of the best solution to do, look for unit who have same model as your unit( to your friends or neighbors) and test your remote control. If it work in another unit with same model then the remote control is defective, but if it works then its the receiver.

But try this solution first, if there is a reset button in your remote try to reset it then try the remote to your unit.

USE POINTED OBJECT TO PUSH THE BUTTON

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