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I have 2 fans in two rooms when I turn on the fan in one room the lights on the fan in the other room comes on How do I correct this?

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You need to change the coding on one of the fans. You can do this by finding the code switch in the fan and the separate remote control and changing one of switches on each to a different same setting...

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