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UC7078T Remote So, I have the remote that no longer works. We have switched batteries, verified dip switches & codes in both the remote and the receiver. We do not have a user manual, as this fan came w/ the house. Our problem is that the fan is stuck on REVERSE and it's 110 degrees here. We'd like to know if there's a way to reverse the fan via wiring. This fan is remote only & DOES NOT have a reverse switch on the fan itself. I would replace the remote & transmitter, but Hampton Bay no longer sells them. CONVENIENT. Thanks for your help!

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  • marycm Sep 28, 2008

    Yup, same thing happening here. It used to work fine, now all of the sudden nothing. The light works (it is connected to the main lights in the room) but nothing comes from the remote control (the little light lights up when you press a button but nothing happens). There is no way to turn the fan on on the fan itself. We tried replacing the battery, nothing. 

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Try opening remote control
vary (4) "dip" switch(s) positions
when I opened mine-all four were up
I moved the 2nd switch down and it worked!

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There is a reversing switch on top of the light canopy that is located along the inner rim of the upper light assembly.

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Take apart the remote and heat up the solder connections, I did that and it fixed it.

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