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Diminished light I have two Hampton Bay 54 in 5 blade fans with both upper and lower lighting on separate remote control circuits that are about one year old. The lights on one fan unit are considerably dimmer the the other unit. I have rewired the power source with no alteration in the dimmness of the one unit. As usual, the manuals took a hike long ago

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  • Anonymous Oct 18, 2008

    I have the same issue. Anyone have the fix?



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Solved my problem on a single light model, holding the light button on the remote activates the brighten / dim function. Thanks.

Posted on Jan 04, 2009

When our 2-year-old niece got hold of our Hampton Bay fan remote, we learned from her actions that holding down the button that controls the upper or lower light will, after a pause, either brighten or dim that light. Our fan is older than yours, but perhaps yours works the same way?

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  • Ryan Jun 05, 2013

    Hilarious. I was looking for a solution because my two-stage dim light would go 'bright' for a second when turning on and then quickly go back to the 'dim' setting. I have a three year old. He likes remotes. And I didn't know if you hold the light button it'll change the setting to dim. Hopefully that is the solution. Thanks.

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