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How do I change the frequency so that I am not turning lights and fans off and on in other rooms? I have three Minka Aire ceiling fans with lights.

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    The light in the ceiling fan is turning itself on and off by itself

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You need to change the tiny DIP switch settings so each fan is set up differently. (Note that each pair of remote transmitters--the one in the fan body, held in a bracket above the light kit when you drop that down; plus the one on the wall switch or in a hand-held remote, must be set with the same combination.)
Our Minka Aire Churchill model has 4 DIP switches; I have seen Casablancas with 5.

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