This fan has four lights supported to the body by "C" ring in a groove held inside a tube, one end going over this ring and the other end over a ball joint permitting desired position adjustment of th light.
The tube has come off from the ring end. How can it be put back in? Without this support the light is just hanging on the wire cable?
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It is in a small white round junction box on the inside of the light fixture, between the light sockets, secured by three small screws. Mine was blown as soon as I installed the fan. Now I have to find a new fuse somewhere.
Turn off the breaker that controls power to the fan. Remove the batteries from the remote and press the buttons in case one is stuck. Reinstall batteries or new ones. Turn on the fan breaker and try using the remote again
The remote is a Hampton Bay remote that should dim the light and fan on and off. I replaced the battery and do not have a red light when I press the button. Light and fan does not turn off with remote.
i have a problem with remote ceailing fan and light i tried push on light key - dim light low to high working but fan isnt working hi to low. i checked the supply wire red, white and black so i have a installing receiver and receiver have red receiver wire to black supply wire, white receiver wire to white supply wire , but what i do with red supply wire to QQQQ
If you press and hold the light button, it will step up in brightness to max then back down to dark. Then when you press the button briefly it will turn off and then press button briefly again it will turn on at the intensity you had it at last. So if you are one tick from off you may not notice it is "on" because it is dark. A second possibility is that you replaced the bulbs with a compact flourescent and they are not always happy with adjustable brightness, often they will be on or off, no middle ground. I recommend sticking with old school bulbs in the fan.
So you have Hampton Bay fans and universal remotes? If so, then either the remotes are not programmed correctly or the receivers are not wired for the remotes. That is one bad thing about using universal remotes.
I suggest you go to Home Depot and buy one Hampton Bay remote, bring it home, turn of the breaker to the fans, and get on a ladder to get to the receiver. Check the dip switches, and program the switches on the remote exactly the same way.
(While you're at it, make sure the universals dip switches are set exactly the same.)