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Do you have the software disc for the remote? If not, go to the Logitech website and download it for your model. You might need drivers from the program to work with Win 7. I'm running mine without any problem.
You have to program the remote control to synchronize with TV. If you wish to get moredetails; codes, three digits, four
digits or five digit ones, check this link. Pull up older posts there. Setup code list and setup instructions to some popular model
remote controls are given. Select the 'Timeslide' option from the drop-down
list by the 'Sidebar' at the display window. It will make search easy.
does the remote controller that you have been use is the original remote of the tv?. if yes tried to replace the battery, if still doesn't work tried with camera trick just to ensure if the remote controller work or the IR sensor of the tv was not working. just let me know if you know how to test the remote controller. now if you are using the universal remote controller make sure it was programmed properly with in the tv unit.
Fist, make sure the bulbs are good. Check in another fixture to verify that they indeed work. Since the remote works the fan, dead batteries can be ruled out. The problem will be confined to either a bad receiver in the fixture, or a bad remote.
Since Hampton Bay is a line carried by Home Depot, you may have some luck bringing your remote to HD and trying it out on the display units. You may need to try different address settings on the remote to find one that works if you don't get results the first time. This is usually several two position switches often called "DIP Switches". Change the positions of them one at a time until you find one that works. Try to control a fan first. Once you find a fan the reacts to the commands from the remote, try to control the light. If the light doesn't work - the remote has a bad transmitter or light switch control. You could attempt to disassemble the switch, but most don't have parts that look different when they're bad. You'll probably have to replace the remote.
If the lights work, then the problem is with your fixture. You can remove or simply bypass the radio controller in the fixture and install an after market receiver and remote to control it again. These are sold at Home Depot and work with any paddle fan.
normally in Hunter fans its not the controller but the receiver goes out, if your controller has a new battery and the receiver doesn't get the signal,, the fan isn't going to work, I've never been able to Locate Hunter receivers, tons of the remotes, you can contact them on line at this link http://www.huntershoponline.com/cc_contactus.asp
mcdevito75 here, Generally the Ceiling fan motor is hooked up by-passing the wall switch but still to the hot laed going to the wall switch whlie the lights are hooked up to the hot lead after the wall switch, So without the remote, Manually operate your fan and lights. First with the wall switch off the fan should work and the lights no work. Now turn the fan off with the pull chain on the fan shroud close to the ceiling. Now turn wall switch on and lights should work with wall switch and the fan should also work. if so, re-program the remote or change the batteries or even re--place the remote.
So you have Hampton Bay fans and universal remotes? If so, then either the remotes are not programmed correctly or the receivers are not wired for the remotes. That is one bad thing about using universal remotes.
I suggest you go to Home Depot and buy one Hampton Bay remote, bring it home, turn of the breaker to the fans, and get on a ladder to get to the receiver. Check the dip switches, and program the switches on the remote exactly the same way.
(While you're at it, make sure the universals dip switches are set exactly the same.)