Hampton Bay ceiling fans remote

by admin on February 8, 2013

Hampton Bay ceiling fan remote units got 4 dip switches. If the first is on & the other 3 is off then the code is 1000 for that remote unit. The remote control units on different fans in the house needs to be different for proper functioning. So to adjust a remote control to a particular fan receiving unit, locate the receiver beneath the bowl kind of structure on the fan base. Set the dip switches positions on the remote control just like that on the receiver unit.  Alternately you can buy a new remote control below.

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Hampton Bay Thermostatic Ceiling Fan and Light Remote Control 838-956

 

 

Product Details

Universal Ceiling Fan Remote Control and Receiver Kit

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Mack McFarland July 29, 2013 at 10:23 pm

My model G9P2BTAUC7052T ceiling fan remote control is not working. How can I order a replacement.

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Mary VanValkenburgh August 26, 2013 at 3:12 am

I cannot get the remote to work. When I turn the switch (on the wall) on both the fan and the light come on. I can’t make the fan stop (unless I turn off the switch and the light goes off as well.) Is it possible I need a new battery for the remote?

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