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What are the dip switch settings on my hunter fan remote currently pin 1,3,4 are plugged in

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That is the code that works with your wireless remote controller. The switches should be set the same in the remote in order for the wireless remote to work.

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There are dip switches in the fan and in the remote that need to be set to the same numbers. You can set them to whatever you want, as long as they match. If these numbers don't match it won't control your fan.

Here's a few lines from the user manual:
"IMPORTANT! Before installing this control, check the factory dip switch settings. Refer to Figure 1. Be sure the dip switch positions of the transmitter and the receiver match, or the ceiling fan will not function."

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I have had the same problem with the light coming on intermittently by itself. At first I also could not change the settings and have the remote work with the new settings. But I found out that when you change the dip switch of the receiver you must turn off the power using the wall switch or the circuit breaker and turn it back on before the receiver will use the new dip setting. I am still waiting to see if the light will come back on after changing the dip switches from 1-on, 2-on, 3-on, 4-off to 1-off, 2-on, 3-on, 4-on and the remote's jumpers from 1-jumpered, 2-jumpered, 3-jumpered, 4- no jumper to 1-no jumper, 2-jumpered, 3-jumpered, 4- jumpered.

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I tried to change the remote codes on the fan and remote so it would stop turning on and off the fan in the other room but I can't get it to work.


When I changed the dip switches on the Hunter receiver, I noticed that the remote would not work when set to the new code. When I set it back to the previous code, it would work, leading me to determine that the receiver has some basic memory. The solution was to simply cut the power to the fan at the circuit breaker box and the new dip switch settings now work.

This was not described anywhere in the manual of the Hunter fan I purchased, so a slight oversight by the manufacturer.

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No dip switch in Hunter 27157 remote control.


Those aren't transistors in the transmitter they are jumpers. Match the jumper settings with your dip switch settings in the receiver. You can move the jumpers in the transmitter using a small needle nose pliers. An open jumper in the transmitter equals an OFF setting on the dip switch in the receiver.

Good luck!

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