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My ceiling fan was a "discard" and I'm recycling it to an older house. There is no IR remote and I removed the module. The power to the fan has a 9-pin block connecting the power to the fan. The power comes in as white, black, and blue. The block passes those 3 wires through and there's a white, blue, blue to unused lighting fixture, a gray and a brown that would go into the motor. Grey used to run into the remote control. What should I connect (black to ?)so that the wall switch (black-black) will complete the circuit. I've verified that I have 120v coming out at the fan. I've tried all possible combinations. Is there another check to make to see if the motor is still operable? Thanks. Paul Biwer, Denver

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Hi Bigelow,

You need two switches.  It sounds like the Electrician set up the junction box for two circuits(Lights and Fans).  i say this because your supply has 4 wires, Red , Black, White and Bare. We may be able to oversome this with one Lutron Switch. Allow me to investigate, and I will be back.

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SOURCE: New Hampton Bay Ceiling fan - runs only in clockwise direction

By using the "switch" to change direction I assume you mean the small slide switch on the side of the fan housing. What you have done is correct and would not affect this switch. The switch is probably bad and you need to return the fan. Suggestion: if the switch is on the housing of the light kit and the light kit connects to the fan with a plug, you are in luck. Go get another fan, swap the light kits and return the fan. Saves you a lot of work. Good luck!

Posted on Jan 18, 2009

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SOURCE: How to wire a remote control ceiling fan, without using remote.

If you don't want the to use the remote you don't have to, but you don't have enough wires to switch the upper light, the lower light, and the fan. You can, however, switch the upper and lower lights together if that's okay. In order to do that you'd connect the white from the ceiling box to the white (neutral) on the fan, then the green from the ceiling box to any green(ground) wires on the fan, then the black from the ceiling box to the black(motor) from the fan, then the red from the ceiling box to the blue and orange (lights) from the fan. I'm assuming that the black and red in the ceiling box are also in the switch box where the fan/light control switch is going. Those are the ones you'll connect to the controller.

Posted on Jan 27, 2009

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White is neutral. Black wire is hot. The blue wire that comes from the fan/light fixture is for the fan, the black is for the light. You can connect the blue to the black. The only thing that when you turn the fan the light will come on at the same time, unless you have a different switch

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SOURCE: I have a Hunter Fan

I suggtes recheck your wires, could use this wiring guide (click image for zoom)...

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How do i change my battery


REMOTE CONTROL HANDSET: (sEE Figure 3)

NOTE: PLEASE REMOVE THE PROTECTIVE STICKER FROM

THE REMOTE CONTROL BATTERY BEFORE OPERATION.

This unit includes one lithium battery, CR2025/3V.

Remove battery before discarding the remote.

Battery Replacement

a) Locate the battery compartment on the back of the

remote control handset. Slide the battery cover out

with your thumb.

b) Remove old battery.

c) Place new battery into battery compartment.

d) Slide battery compartment into the remote control

handset.

NOTES:

• Remove the battery from the equipment when it is not

being used for an extended period of time.

• Remove the used battery promptly.

• Do not discard used batteries into household trash

containers. Contact your local government for disposal
or recycling practices in your area.

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Need code for Concord ceiling fans


You have this backwards. The code is stored in the remote. The receiver is located inside the fan housing. You can try removing batteries from the remote, pressing all buttons to eliminate the possibility of a stuck one, reinstalling batteries (or installing new ones) and testing operation. If no results, disconnect power at the ceiling fan source, not the fan itself. Pause briefly, reconnect power and test operation.

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The fan remote control receiver used in the Hunter 25730 model fan (see picture) is not available from Hunter. Remove the fan from the ceiling. Remove the receiver and take it to recycling. It can be replaced using a readily available and inexpensive replacement universal remote and receiver controller. There are limitations though. The Hunter receiver provided fan reversing functions. The universal controllers do not. You therefore have two options.

Option 1: The universal receiver can be installed such that the fan direction is fixed, either up or down, all other functions operate normally.

Option 2: A reversing switch can be purchased from Radio Shack for about $4 and installed in the fan. This does require cutting a square hole and drilling two bolt or rivet holes in the side of the cylindrical housing which previously housed the Hunter receiver. I'd suggest the Radio Shack DPDT slide switch part number 275-403.

Refer to the wiring diagrams and connector pinout diagram for connections. Please note that the connector pinout diagram is the connector that is soldered to the circuit board as shown in the photo of the Hunter receiver. If your motor wire colors are different then with the connector unplugged from the receiver use a multimeter to probe all the motor wires in order to identify two pairs of wires that indicate approximately 70 ohms each pair. These will be the motor windings. 6b0a1409-5a20-4efe-a059-c600652e9512.jpg 5da8e4ef-1b54-40d0-a8a4-21d4608b1d23.jpg 9fc8772d-3ac3-41b7-aa55-78ccc6e5ea00.jpg 0759e340-6464-4c4b-90f5-6d9926e74e42.jpg

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Hunter ceiling fan remote will not turn off light it just dims the light


Try this. Remove power from the fan. Remove batteries from the remote. Press butttons on remote (might be stuck). Apply power to the fan. Install batteries in the remote and try all functions. If this doesn't work, the remote may be defective or the remote receiver may be defective. I can tell you from my own experience I have a ceiling fan that loses its mind whenever there is a power outage. Has to be reeducated from scratch

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Just bought the house- it has a casablanca del mar but no remote- the wall switch does not work- can i override the remote?


Hi there,
usually remote control for ceiling fans does not have an override code like the ones available for control using a universal remote. because they are specifically designed to work with certain IR or Radio frequency signals.
Usually a replacement remote is available but you may have to contact the manufacturer to check for availability.
Here's Casablanca Support phone number:
Call Toll Free: 1-888-227-2178
Hope this helps!

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Fan wont turn on but the light works when i press button but when i press fan button it wont work how to program?


I had exactly the same problem today and found the solution through trial and error.

There are two methods used by various manufacturers to set the code. The first (and easiest) is if there are slide switches in both the remote and the receiver that's in the fan housing. (The switches in the receiver might be hidden under a rubber boot.) Just make sure that they're set to the same pattern.

More likely you have the second style (like I do). If there is a small reset button on the back of the remote, follow these steps:

1. Open up the fan housing to get access to the receiver module. If the fan is mounted close to the ceiling, you'll have to remove the whole fan. If it has an extension tube, just remove the cover near the ceiling - the fan, blades and lights can stay in place.

2. If you look carefully, there is a very small slide switch on the side of the module, toward the end that the antenna sticks out.

3. Using a small screwdriver, paper clip, toothpick, etc. slide that switch. You'll hear a high-pitched sound that becomes a beeping sound after a second or two.

4. Go to your remote. Push the reset button with the paper clip or toothpick, hold for two seconds and let go. (You should feel a springy button; if you don't, it's probably because you missed the button and are pushing against the circuit board.)

5. Hopefully you'll see the display show "SE oF" (i.e. Set degrees Fahrenheit). If you like Celsius, press one of the Temp buttons to toggle between F and C.

6. While in the "SE oF" mode, press the Fan button. You should see "Cd xx", where xx is a two-digit number. Push the Temp buttons to select your choice of a code number. Press "Light" to lock in the code number.

7. If you have other remote-controlled fans, make sure the remote doesn't affect any of them. If it does, simply choose another code number.

8. Reassemble the fan and/or ceiling housing, turn on the fan and enjoy the breeze!

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on some you set a code in the remote control ..then you teach that code to the control unit ..on others you have to set dip switches on the remote control and on the fan to match .. some of the units have dip switches on the top of the fan motor housing ..some have code setting switches on the control unit located inside the fan .. at any rate the fan and remote have to have matching codes ..
here is some information on some units
http://www.ceiling-fans-n-more.com/ceiling-fan-remote-controls.php

sometimes the switches are set correctly but the contacts get dirty .. so on the remote, behind the batteries is the code switches .. you can operate each one a few times to clean them ... remember where they are set ... set them back that way unless you are going to change the switches on the module in the fan ... you can check your neighbors remote to see if its on the same setting .. if so one of you has to change dip switch settings on both the fan and remote.. on some older units the code is fixed on the receiver in the fan .. the code is marked on its box .. that code has to be set into the remote unit and is not adjustable ..

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I have 21 ceiling fans in my house.


Three suggestions (maybe not viable solutions):
1. Consider creating ceiling fan "groups". A group is a set of fans that is controlled by one remote.
Group: All (or some) in all vaulted ceilings.
Group: All hallways
Group: Outdoor celing fans
2.
Power OFF ceiling fans at the wall switch that are not used often. Those can have duplicate codes.
3.
If the remote controls are iR (infrared) rather than RF (Radio frequency), then the ceiling fans that are farthest apart or have more solid walls in between, can have the same codes and not be affected by the "wrong" remote.

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I have a Designer's Choice remote ceiling fan. I removed it from my mom's house and reinstalled in my house. However, the remote no longer controls the fan and lights. How do I reset the remote? My mom...


With mine, I turn off the full power and back on and it starts beeping and and press any button on the remote and it finds it and does a couple confirmation beeps.

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Hampton bay fan with remot problem


You can try the universal receiver. The white, black, and green wires are the house wires. The receiver must match to these on one side. The wires on the other side go to the fan/lights. It is possible that one of these has come loose. If you try the universal, make sure the dip switches are in the same positions on both.

Or,

Take the fan down, and remove the receiver completely, from house wires and fan. (Make sure the breaker is off first!) Then wire the fan directly to the house wires. The blue wire on the fan is for lights. Wire it with the black wire in the same wire nut.

I'm assuming you have a wall switch that powers the wires coming from the ceiling.

By the way, I have never seen anyone control two fans with lights with one receiver. Usually each fan has its on.

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