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This must be a common problem, since I Googled the part number and it popped up before I completed the number. I am going to have to order a new remote, since I don't have a solder pen. Wish me luck.

Hunter Dryers • Answered on Jun 08, 2021


You installed the 27186 to control an existing fan? It's a three speed pull chain fan? Yes and yes,, the fan pull chain must be in high speed.

Hunter Dryers • Answered on Mar 14, 2021


Hi, hunter fan glass replacement can be found at amazon, take a look here and chose: Amazon com hunter fan glass replacement. Regards. Donald

Hunter 52"... • Answered on Mar 11, 2021


Unfortunately, the time to check where the wires go was when you removed them from your old thermostat. You need to match the pattern of the original thermostat to the HVAC (heat pump, furnace or other) system. Try going to your HVAC system's main inside box and opening the cover. Try to find the wiring connections to the control board. (This will be inside of the filter on most systems.) Take a picture or otherwise record which color wire goes to which letter terminal. I do not expect the wiring color pattern to be consistent over all the different types of heating and cooling systems installed by different companies. In the package with your new thermostat, you may probably have little adhesive labels with lettering like Y, G, Rh, Rc, W. Take the appropriate label and secure it to the matching color wire as noted at the control board of the HVAC system. Then connect the wires to the matching letter locations on the new thermostat. (Modify any jumpers on the thermostat based on the installation directions.) I hope this helps. Cindy Wells (I know that on my system (gas furnace and A/C forced air), there is an outside cover, the filter, and then an interior cover to access the control board. The board is near the bottom of the compartment.)

Hunter Dryers • Answered on Feb 17, 2021


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Hunter Dryers • Answered on Jan 21, 2021


You can find out how to program the remote here: <a href = "https://hamptonlightingadvice.com/harbor-breeze-ceiling-fan-remote-not-working/">Harbor Breeze Ceiling Fan Remote</a>

Hunter (25417)... • Answered on Jan 08, 2021


i don't know. battery may be dead in remote or in wrong way. please check batteries. if all tests ok, consider another remote at <https://www.ebay.com/itm/Hunter-Universal-Ceiling-Fan-Remote-Black-Receiver-K5579-01-NEW-/383158875857>

Hunter Dryers • Answered on Dec 01, 2020


I have a solution!!!! Ok, hit the filter key. You will see the filter counter screen. Hit and hold the RET/CLEAR key until the Filter flashes and it clears the counter. I just found it by trial and error. I wrote it inside the cover so I could remember.

Hunter Fan... • Answered on Sep 22, 2020


I'm assuming you can turn on light AT the fan but not at wall switch, And you have replaced WALL switch correct? If that's correct, then wiring above fan has come loose and is no longer attached to wire that connects to wall switch. (They come loose from fan vibration - had same problem)

Hunter (25417)... • Answered on Sep 02, 2020


Free online manual gives a suggestion that you may already tried to select the fan speed, and then click on the reverse button. Some ceiling fans also have a cord to pull to reverse direction, but unknown whether or not your fan has it. https://www.manualslib.com/manual/808927/Hunter-85095.html?page=2

Hunter Dryers • Answered on May 26, 2020


Double check power at the blue wire (light).

Hunter Dryers • Answered on May 12, 2020


I DON'T KNOW. IF FAN HAS PULL CHAINS, PLEASE CHECK TO SEE IF THEY ARE IN ON POSITION AND TRY REVERSING DIRECTIONS A FEW TIMES.

Hunter Dryers • Answered on May 04, 2020


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Hunter Dryers • Answered on Jan 13, 2020


This problem was posted on several sites, but this was the only one where I found both the cause of the problem and the solution. Mine is a Hunter 5 Minute Fan which came with no remote. And after about a month the two lights would blink together whenever I'd turn them on at the wall. So in case it helps for that type of fan or the same type of wiring arrangment here is what I did: POSITIVE SIDE: P1) Remove the light shade. P2) Remove the 3 screws that hold the cowel and lower the cowel. P3) Disconnect (pull apart) the black and red wire coupling. P4) Cut the coupling off of the black wire that comes up from the lights. P5) Strip off a quarter inch of jacket from that black wire. P6) Remove the wire nut that connects the black wire coming from the governor with the other black wire. P7) Re-use the wire nut to connect the black wire from step P5 with the other black wire from step P6. NEGATIVE SIDE: N1) Disconnect (pull apart) the white to white wire coupling. N2) Cut the coupling off of the white wire that comes up from the lights. N3) Strip off a quarter inch of jacket from that white wire. N4) Remove the wire nut that connects the white wire coming from the governor with three other white wires. N5) Set the governor aside (or just throw it away). N6) Re-use the wire nut to connect the white wire from step N3 with the other white wires from step N4. That's all, you're pretty much done! Turn on the power and test the light. If all is good, re-install the cowel and the light shade.

Hunter Dryers • Answered on Jan 01, 2020


Likely the capacitor pack is kaput but can be other. Tjese can be found on eBay or Amazon. Capacitors are model specific.

Be sure reverse switch is not mid position. Check for power at fan pull chain.

Hunter Dryers • Answered on Dec 14, 2019


If remote and receiver is rated for fan load then this should be possible. Will need to replace remote and sensor units as 3rd party remote may not be compatible with the Hunter type.

Hunter Dryers • Answered on Oct 03, 2019


Can be almost impossible to determine code without sighting receiver. Do you have old transmitter as the correct dip switch settings would be on this. One "trick" you can do if there are more than one remote fans installed is to check other controllers for their codes. generally when installers set dip switches for multiple fans in homes they move the No1 switch from 0 to 1 or vice versa, then the switch position for second fan is move switch 2 as previous. You may be lucky and "jag" the position otherwise you will need to get to receiver.

Hunter Dryers • Answered on Oct 03, 2019

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