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My Hampton Bay ceiling remote model no. UC7030T does not work. How can I get another one. My fan will not work without it.

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First, be sure you did not change one of the dip switches in the hand held unit while changing batteries. You would have to see if the switches in the hand held unit match the switch positions in the fan receiver.
This is one of the many sites you can go to for remotes:
http://www.lightinguniverse.com/fan-accessories_84.html
Hampton Bay fans are sold exclusively by Home Depot. I would check on line or stop by one of their stores to see if you can pick up a HB remote. Once you get a new remote you have to again make sure the dip switches are in the same position. Paul

Posted on Oct 11, 2010

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    Sorry my efforts did not solve your problem.
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You can get a remote on eby.for under $10.just make sure your dip switches on your new remote matches your old remote

Posted on Jan 27, 2011

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