My remote attached to the wall or hand held was dropped-it stopped working, Home Depot replaced the remote and battery- As I have two identical fans in the adjacent rooms I wish to set each differently.
I cannot find the small ?diodes? to set on the fan the same as in the remote (4321) Can anyone help this girl out ?
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Peter, Home Depot carries replacement ceiling fan remotes.
Check the attached links,remote and guides, Good luck
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To my knowledge there are not parts available for remotes. Have you checked to be sure that all your dip switches are coded identically, receiver and transmitter. There are no servicable parts on the remotes. You can purchase a new remote & receiver at Home Depot for $29.00. Be sure you have 120 volt at your fan and check your remote batteries.
If the indicator light on your hand-held transmitter lights up when you press the buttons, it normally means it's working. The problem is probably with the UC7067 receiver in the fan. One sure way to destroy the UC7067 is to have the power going to it controlled by a dimmer switch on the wall. If this is the case, replace the dimmer switch with a standard on/off toggle or an in-wall transmitter. You can find both a replacement UC7067 receiver and either another hand-held transmitter RC-210 or an in wall transmitter WC-210 at this address: http://www.fanmanlighting.com/shop/pc/viewCategories.asp?idCategory=57
There is a battery in the hand held remote and another battery in the receiver which gets tucked into the ceiling mount cover. Remove the ceiling cover and you will see the battery there, usually a 12 volt battery.
The upp/down slide is a dimmer.
In the event that changing the batteries doesn't solve your problems, Hunter makes replacement remote sets, available at Home Depot, lowes, etc and usually around twenty dollars.
Yes you can operate them with two styles of remotes: either the remote wall switch, or a hand held remote. Both require the receiver to be mounted above the top of the fan in the base it is wired to. The receiver has wires on both sides; the one side wires directly to the house wires, and the other goes to the fan and light. They are both sold at Home Depot and Lowes. The ones at Home Depot also include the set made by the fan manufacturer.
I'm pretty sure that home depot does sell remotes for that brand, although you may have to buy a new receiver to go with it. Otherwise try a lighting store near where you live. They seem to be able to order things like that.