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I have 4 fans all on same code how do i change

I have 4 fans all on same code how do i change them

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You need to change the dip switches to different codes. Most likely it's a 1-4 small switches. Factory default is usually all on. Just change each fan to different positions and make sure you do the same with the matching remotes. The remotes must match the corresponding fans.

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