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I bought a 3 ceiling fans, i dont find the boxes so i do not know the code for each fan, so when i use the remote t control the other two fans start working. or when in the other room someone use the remote in my room the fan start working.i removed the lamp sectio, but i dont see the receiver. Im going crazy. please help

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The code switches are very small two position slide switches. Start with one fan and open the handheld fan controller. You will see the small slide switches that set the code, they may be in the battery compartment and do not look like typical switches. However you set the code on the hand held, you need to set the same code on the fan itself. The switches on the fan are usually in the motor cage and will look very similar to the hand held switches.
Set new codes in one fan and set another code on one of the others. The third fan should be fine. Please message me if you have problems doing this.

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