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How do I get my remote to work with my fan?

My remote works but doesn't controll my fan. How do I program it to work for my fan?

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  • adel_z_ahmed Nov 20, 2008

    I have a Hampton Bay fan "IC ID:2968A-7096T " I have new battaries in the remote, but the fan dose not turn. The light was permenantly ON when I moved into this home. When I cut the power to the light in the house (thinking that may reset the fan) nothing happened. I also did play with the # on the fan and matched them in various combonations the remote. and no luck, any suggestions?

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