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What would cause my light or fan or both to come on expectedly on my Hunter fan? I have 3 fans all with remote controls that are set to different settings.

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Sounds like some other device is interferring. you need to change frequencys. go to www.ceiling-fans-n-more.com/...e-contols this page should help.

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