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Hunter 4-Speed Slide Fan Control
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Hunter

4-Speed Slide Fan Control

  • Operates four fan speeds - high, medium, low and serenity
  • Installs in standard two-wire wall switches
  • Compatible with all makes of ceiling fans - for indoor use only
$34.00 /each

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The Hunter 4-Speed Slide Fan Control is universal and works on all brands of ceiling fans. This All-Fan control is designed for easy installation, flexible operation and unobtrusive wall mounting. It provides noise-free fan operation at 4 speeds and installs in a standard 2-wire wall switch. A rocker wall plate not included.

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Will this fit into a rocker wall plate?

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I purchased a lutron fan control. The fan I purchased had a fan light installed. I eliminated the light and have 3 wires left. a blue wire a black wire and a white. I hooked it up but cannot control it with the wall switch and can' figure out why? I called hunter and of course they told me it will only work with a Hunter fan control. I can't beleive that.
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Hello Bill! We do apologize for the troubles you are having with the installation. Please contact us at Social@help.HunterFan.com and we will take a look into this for you.
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Does this come in light almond?

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Hi Jimbo! Unfortunately, it does not come in a light almond color.
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Rated 2.0 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Perfect for adding lower speeds to the high ones This gave my fan the very low speeds I wanted which were not on fan unit control. High speed remained a selection July 20, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Why are replacement products of lesser quality? This fan speed control is very poor in quality. I should have just stayed with the rotary control and found a new switch plate that worked with combination of rocker light switch and the round rotary control. June 23, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Cheap Quality I was very disappointed with this control. It seems like a great idea having speed markings on the control (gee, what a brilliant idea!), but the quality was really poor. Within a couple months a crack developed in the handle (with only light use); six months later it cracked all the way and came off completely, leaving me with a little stub to control fan speed. So now I have to buy another one. (But it won’t be this one.) June 21, 2010
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Slider handle broke off in 2 of 3 units I ordered 3 units (in 2007). They work fine, but in two of the three units, the little handle/knob soon broke off--very cheap plastic mounting Units have still worked, electrically, but only by using your fingertip on what's left of the little rod that the knob was on. July 27, 2011
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