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Universal 3-Speed Ceiling Fan Control

$39.97 /each
  • Controls fan speed/light including dimmable option
  • Simple to install and easy to use
  • Works with Hampton Bay, Hunter, and Casablanca fans

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The Universal Ceiling Fan Handheld Remote Control is a completely universal ceiling fan control that works on Hampton Bay, Hunter, and Casablanca fans as well as many other. This remote control provides a simple solution to control a fans speed and the fan light while keeping a very nice slim, ergonomic looking design. The handheld remote control is simple to install and easy to use. Simply wire the receiver inside the fans ceiling canopy, and use the wireless control anywhere and it comes with an optional wall mount plate that you can install anywhere in the room you want to hold your remote when you are not using it. This remote also features full range dimming by holding down the light button on the remote and a safe exit feature that will turn the fan and light off after 30 seconds so you can leave the room safely.

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The remote was not working so I put a new battery into the remote and it is still not working. Any suggestions?

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June 15, 2014
I held down the fan and highest fan mode buttons for three minutes as suggested with no luck.
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Scottsdale, Az
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January 16, 2016
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Try this, it worked for me. Pair the remote to the receiver.
Turn off power to the fan at the circuit breaker, then restore power and within 3 minutes press both the fan on button and fan high button at the same time and hold for 4 seconds. It worked first time for me. If it doesn't work try it again. If nothing call 1-888-830-1326, option 5.
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Arkansas, USA
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June 18, 2015
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Call 1-888-830-1326, make sure you have batteries installed correctly, that is the number one thing I have seen for them not working
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Denver, CO
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July 25, 2014
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Take it back for a refund. The thing is a piece of junk and mine has malfunctioned and stopped working after just a few days.
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July 15, 2014
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If the power it on to the fan unit itself and replacing the battery didn't help chances are it's the controller module that's gone bad. They are susceptible to power surges and lighting strikes causing them to stop working
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July 15, 2014
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Yes once you've checked that the battery is good and that the fan unit has power then replacing the controller is the only other option to be done.
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June 17, 2014
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Three possibilities: A) the new battery is dead. B) the new remote is dead. C) The receiver for the remote, that is housed inside the canopy...is dead...possibly from a power surge Good luck, --- Reese
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June 17, 2014
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Thank you for your question! With remote fan controls, there could be an issue with either the remote or the receiver installed in the fan. Since it is difficult to troubleshoot this issue online, please call our toll free Technical Support line. We want to help you & ensure you get the best information possible. We look forward to hearing from you.
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Will this remote work with a fan that is pull chain operated?

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Cincinnati, OH
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May 4, 2014
I ordered a fan that does NOT have a remote and am now rethinking that decision. Would this work for a fan that didn't come with a remote.
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Arkansas, USA
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June 18, 2015
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Yes it will then you will not need the pull chains, before you install control put fan on high with pull chains, after you install and get remote working you can take off pull chain extensions leave the short chains out of the fan there just remove the longer extensions
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July 15, 2014
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Yes just set the Fan on it's fastest speed setting and turn the light on and let the remote controller do the rest it's self
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June 17, 2014
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Most of the newer, modern-day fans, have a space within the canopy, for a remote retrofit. (the remote add-on kit has two components: the hand-held remote, and the receiver, a small thing with wires [maybe the size of a small candy-bar] that goes in the canopy, and is wired up between the building and the motor [the electricity goes building to receiver to motor]
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Plano, TX
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June 10, 2014
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Yes, I set speed via the chains to medium, and the remote will use this as the fastest speed. Use the remote to select other speeds. If you want a faster high speed, use the pull chain to select the highest speed.
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May 26, 2014
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Yes, the pull chains must be left on once the remote is installed.
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Houston, TX, USA
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May 5, 2014
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Yes, you set the switch to high and the remote then can vary the speed with full power. You can leave the chain on for decoration or remove it.
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May 5, 2014
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Thanks for your question! Yes, you can use this remote with a pull chain fan. If your fan is a Hunter , please be sure that you have it in the high speed position before you install the receiver. When the fan is in the high speed position, the fan is on & ready to be synced with the receiver.
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Installed fan and light control can't dim dimmable led bulbs.

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phoenix,AZ
September 9, 2014
tried to re-pair still cant dimm dimmable led bulbs.

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Arkansas, USA
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June 18, 2015
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You may have none dimmable led bulbs, my LED's dim fine but are dimmable bulbs. They make both dimmable and non dimmable bulbs, make sure you have the right bulbs
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Crosslake, MN
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January 20, 2015
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Please make sure the controller has the bulb dimming feature. I recently installed a 3 speed universal fan and light controller. I did not read the product specs close enough as the light controller part was only on/off.
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September 25, 2014
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Hello! Our controls are designed and tested with CFL and incandescent bulbs only. We are sorry for the inconvenience!
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September 14, 2014
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I tried a "dimmable" LED bulb in my fan and was able to dim the bulb. Make sure your LED bulb is rated dimmable, not all are.
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Product specs do not list LED bulbs. Just CFL and incandescent. See if you can dim a regular incandescent. If it works chances are the LED s are not compatible. The electronics for CFL, incandescent and LEDs are all different.
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Replace with incandescent and if they work take the led bulbs back & demand correct leds.
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Can fan and light still be operated with wall switch?

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Can you still turn the fan and lights on and off with the wall switches after installing this remote? If so, does the fan turn on at the last speed it was set to?
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July 26, 2016
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I would advise against doing this. While it could be done, controllers can be finicky animals and using other switches in conjunction with the remote unit could easily set up a situation where the controller doesn't know what to do.
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September 30, 2015
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Yes, as long as the remote has the fan and light set to ON. When you turn the wall switch on, the speed will be at the last setting.
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September 4, 2015
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The wall switch controls power, so if the switch is off, everything is off. I just checked my unit and turning the wall switch on turns the light and fan settings to the last settings.
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August 23, 2015
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yes
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August 21, 2015
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I never ran mine using a wall switch, but I am sure you could. I believe the speed and dimmer would not work from the wall switch, as the remote intercepts the power and uses its own control to control the power. So, even though you could turn it on and off from the wall, the fan speed and lights would be controlled from the remote.
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Rated 3.2 out of 5 by 196 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Universal 3-speed ceiling dimmable remote & receiver The remote is a visual tool & can not be used in the dark at the bedside. At night you need to turn on a light to see the pad to turn on the fan at a select setting. With my last remote, at my bedside, I could feel the different settings in the dark & turn on the fan at a select setting without having to see the pad visually or turn on a light. The remote dims the lights & shuts off, but when pressed again to turn the lights on, it turns on dim. This is worthless. Hunter fan people recommended this remote over the phone to replace my last remote. It is a poor substitute from my previous 3 speed dimmable ceiling fan remote. August 11, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by DEFECTIVE AFTER ONE USE After I paid to have my new Hampton Bay fan installed with this remote, we used this one time in this spare room. Went to use it this morning and nothing. I should have paid attention to the reviews on this page. Took it out myself and re-wired w/o the remote. Returning tomorrow for refund September 18, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by FAN REMOTE It Is a remote, Yes its a remote, you know a REMOTE! September 13, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Limited Life I have had two of these in the last 3 years for the same fan. After a while they have become erratic, turning themselves on/off on their own. I mentioned this to a Home Depot employee in the light/fan department and his response to me was "that they are not made to throw against the wall." (which, by the way, was never how I used the item) September 12, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Remote Although I have very little experience working with electrical wires and connections, I was considering attempting the install anyway since the company advertises an easy install; however, I had some trouble figuring out how to get into my fan's electronics, so I ended up hiring an electrician to come help. The install took him maybe 30 minutes, but most of that time was spent figuring out my fan, not the remote. Other than that, the remote has been working how I expected it would: I push its buttons, and things happen with my fan. August 8, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great device, can even be put in your pocket, just make sure to put it back when you are done! I should have known that it would come to this, since almost everything can be remotely controlled! It is a very nice feature, however, especially if you are entering a room without a wall switch (like my living room); I can just touch the remote that is placed at the same height as a light switch on my wall as I enter my living room and the light comes on! I can also touch one of the speeds on the remote and the fan turns on, speeds up or down, depending upon what I touched. I think it is a great innovation, and had one installed for my ceiling fan in my kitchen. I am also seriously considering remotes for the ceiling fans in my bedroom and my sister's bedroom as we are both disabled and it can be difficult, sometimes, to get up and change fan or light settings when we aren't feeling well. August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by makes the fan convenient to use location of placement a little vague the instructions are a little vague about the placement of the remote in the fan abetter picture would help August 19, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by THIS WORKS VERY WELL This worked well for our needs. We have two fans that do not have wall switches. This solved the problem. Not only can we turn the fan and light on and off, we can also dim the lights. August 2, 2016
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