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My Hampton Bay fan remote is not working. The batteries are

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My Hampton Bay fan remote is not working. The batteries are fine but it doesn't control the fans. I think the code is the problem. I there a way to reset the code or fix the remote?
Submitted: 4 years ago.
Category: Electrical
Expert:  AssuredElectrical replied 4 years ago.

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First look on top of the fan and see if you find a set of dip switches. If not, you may have to lower the cone shaped canopy to find the receiver. The dip switches must match what is set in the remote.

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If the receiver is in the canopy, it will be similar to this:

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Match the dip switches either ON or OFF with the receiver setting and the remote setting. The remote switches are usually next to or behind the battery

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It happens many times when changing a battery, to accidentally move one or more switches on the setting.

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