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Ceiling fan stuck on low

I just bought a casablancia with a chain, and I bought the remote seperly, and then pulled the chain down 1 time from off position and it comes on low. I pushed low, it stays on low, and when I pushed med or high, it stays on low. HELP!!!!!

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  • AsshoIe Jun 07, 2010

    I set a chain setting to high speed setting and broke it completly on purpose so no guests will change speed by a chain, and remote worked properly except CFL bulbs flicker HELP!!!

  • AsshoIe Jun 07, 2010

    It kept getting to high speed now. I bought dimmable CFL bulbs. I need help so remote reciever does not go to high speed without me pushing high.

  • AsshoIe Jun 10, 2010

    I found that my neighbor have a copy of my remote, and kept turning my fan on high on purpose. HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • AsshoIe Jun 10, 2010

    I called 911 and got my neighbor to jail.

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In order for the remote control to work properly the fan has to be on its highest speed using the pull chain ... after setting the pull chain in the proper position you can tie up the chain or remove it to prevent others from changing the setting .. the remote will control the speed from then on ..

Posted on Jun 07, 2010

  • hmlee390 Jun 07, 2010

    most cfl lamps are not compatable with SCR type dimming controls (such as yours) .. you have to use either incandescent bulbs or special cfl lamps that are designed to be used with SCR dimming circuits .. they cost more but should work .. the standard CFL lamps cannot be used ..

  • hmlee390 Jun 10, 2010

    your remote has some code switches .. there is a set in the remote control (in the battery case) and a set on the remote receiver .. the codes must match .. if yoiu change your code (in both units) then your neighbor will no longer be able to control your fan .. unless you tell them the code .. or if they get your remote they can copy the switch settings .. since they can control your fan then you can also control theirs ... maybe you can reach a truce .. still one of you should change their code so when one uses their control it doesnt effect the other ...

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