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How do I change the frequency on the remote and the ceiling fan? We are on the same frequency as our neighbour.

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You'll need to find the dip switches. The dip switch for the remote is inside the battery compartment. You usually have to remove the batteries to see it. The dip switch for the fan is usually on top of the motor. It can also be inside the switch housing or the ceiling canopy. You can set the switches to any combinationan as lonf as they are the same for both.

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There should be dip switches in/on both the remote control and the ceiling fan that enable you to change the control frequency. The only thing that you have to ensure is that the two components are set to a matching frequency.

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WE LIVE IN A CONDO AND SOMEONE IN THE COMPLEX HAS A hAMPTON bAY CEILING FAN WITH A REMOTE JUST LIKE US. wE MUST BE ON THE SAME FREQUENCY AND WHEN THEY TURN THEIRS ON IT WILL MAKE OURS COME ON WHEN WE HAVE...


There should be dip switches in/on both the remote control and the ceiling fan that enable you to change the control frequency. The only thing that you have to ensure is that the two components are set to a matching frequency.

The switches in the remote are located in the battery compartment just above the batteries. Remove the dome on the ceiling fan and you should find the switches for that unit. Just compare the two and match whatever changes you make from one unit to the other.

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your remote and fan is set to someone elses frequency by little toggle switches
you will have to remove fan to where it hangs make sure power off
find the remote sensor inside electric case at ceiling in the fan
this is a dip switch to control frequencies

09c4f2f.jpg you will see something like this adjust the dip switches
means change the dip switch for fan
then on remote open the remote battery pack find the dip switch in there
change those dip switches to the same as in ceiling fan
put fan together and turn back on power
your fan should now not pick up the other frequency of another remote and they have a span of about 50 yards to pick up frequencies

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