Question about Hunter 27187 Remote Control
Sometimes all you need to do is switch the wall switch on and, off a few times while you press the lamp button (off press the button then: on press the button) no go? then: check or, replace the hand remote nine volt battery. still no go? then:
Check the wattage of the replacement bulb; some high wattage bulbs will rob power from the remote unit. didn't work? OK,
next turn off the power to the lamp and, open the lamp cover: you will see a large plastic rectangular box (the reciever) open the cover on the box and, you will see a block of tiny switches then: open the hand remote battery case it too will have a block of tiny switches these must match i.e. 1,3,5,= on 2, 4, = off both the remote and, reciever box. Barring that ...you'll need a new reciever for your fan.
Posted on Jun 01, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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