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I have a Hampton Bay remote (Model UC7078T, FCC ID CHQ8BT7078T)

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I have a Hampton Bay remote (Model UC7078T, FCC ID CHQ8BT7078T) that I think is broken. If I were to buy the exact replacement remote, would it work on the corresponding ceiling fan, which doesn't work at the moment, or would I have to replace the motor within the fan. In other words, woudl a replacement remote work as universal remote for the fan?
Submitted: 7 years ago.
Category: Electrical
Expert:  Inactive replied 7 years ago.

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Yes a universal remote, or exact replacement will work. Its only a controller for the motor itself, its not exclusive to any brand.

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