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Universal 3-Speed Ceiling Fan Control

  • Universal remote works with most brands
  • Controls fan speed and light
  • Dimmable option for use only with dimmable bulbs
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
3
Product Height (in.)
7.25
Product Width (in.)
1.5

Details

Fan Control Type
Preset
Number of Speeds
3
Product Weight (lb.)
.7
Returnable
90-Day
Wired or Wireless
Combo

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1 Year Warranty

Product Overview

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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Questions & Answers

320Questions15Answers

Can i replace the remote without replacing the whole unit?

Asked by CindyW April 6, 2021
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Hi CindyW sure you can replace the remote control but the remote comes with the unit, guess you can call Hunter cust. serv and ask 1-888-830-1326 if they will sell you one with out the receiver

will this work with a Middleton Fan

Asked by Lawrence February 16, 2021
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Answer

Hi Lawrence, will work on a Middleton fan if is a fan that has pull chains or come with a standard receiver and remote control. Seeing as you dont give any info on your fan cant say for sure if it will work on your fan, you could call Middleton Fan Co cust. service and ask them but they also will need to know what fan you have: Model number, etc. This will not work on dc fans, fans that do not have receiver in the canopy unless they have pull chains for fan speed and light control. And just for you info if you want to dim the light the bulb must be dimmable

Remote case has been broken. Only have the green circuit board. Am ordering this universal remote...

Asked by KQ February 1, 2021
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Yes, I ordered ours online and it is very easy to reprogram. Just follow instructions precisely as indicated in the literature provided. In no time you will have your fan up and working again.

i recently installed this remote and has worked but my dogs got ahold of the remote and completel...

Asked by amg24 January 18, 2021
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I dont know if you have the option to buy the remote by itself without the receptor inside the fan. But if you do, there are videos on youtube explaining how to pair a new remote to the receptor, the videos are clear and precise just follow the instructions.

how do I reset the remote? cannot control fan speed or turn on/off light

Asked by DHerrera118 January 8, 2021
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Answer

Hi DHerrera118, you dont give us much info. Ok let start the first seems you have power to receiver, so check all wiring off the receiver in the fan canopy, you may have loose wiring or just bad connections. Then if nothing works correctly: Next check the Battery in the remote to make sure is good/or just replace with a new CR2032 battery. Turn on the power at the outlet box and wall switch location. Within three minutes of restoring power to the fan, press both the Fan Off button and the High button for at least four seconds. The remote control is now paired to the fan’s receiver. Then if still does not work call Hunter fan at 1-888-830-1326

I would like to use this remote for multiple fans. Do I need to buy multiple receivers when purch...

Asked by JL January 6, 2021
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Answer

Hi JL, Seeing as the remote comes with the receiver yes you will have to purchase each remote with a receiver. the price shown for the remote is with the receiver and the remote. and you will need a receiver for each fan

How to adjust the light bulb to low to high or high to dim.

Asked by Ton January 3, 2021
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Answer

Hi Ton, to adjust the light just hold down the light bulb simple on the remote, Bulb must be dimmable bulb

replace battery

Asked by james December 14, 2020
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This is very simple. Loosen the small Phillips screw in the back of the remote and slide off the cover. With your fingernail or a small screwdriver carefully slide out the old battery that’s under the clip. Slide in a new CR2032 battery being careful to keep the + side of the battery facing you. Replace the cover and tighten the Phillips screw and you are good to go.

My fan does not have a blue wire to connect to the receiver. I have red yellow gray and pink. Light works now but no fan

Asked by LB November 15, 2020
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Hi LB Sorry to hear, but I can't help you without the fan mfr name and model. And in all my years installing 100's of fan I cant remember a fan with red yellow gray and pink wires, more info needed and with this one maybe a picture of the wiring, etc. If you have the mfr. name you can also call them for help. Good luck

Will this remote work with fans with lights the have only 1 hot wire coming from the fan?

Asked by Mark November 9, 2020
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If the fan has a light kit there should be two hot wires coning from the fan. The fan light hot wire is generally blue or red and the fan motor hot wire is generally black or yellow. If not i can only assume the fan light hot wire is buried somewhere or the model fan you have turns on the light all the time when the fan is on (not likely). Make sure you are looking at the wires coming from the fan components directly and not through any control module built into your fan, ie right from the motor and right from the light bulbs. As far as the input power to the receiver module that sits in the canopy, only one hot wire is needed from your ceiling box. The receiver module sends hot power to either the fan motor or fan lights based on instructions from the handheld remote.

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Easy to install and works great. One suggestion, is to make the high, medium and low buttons eas...
Easy to install and works great. One suggestion, is to make the high, medium and low buttons easier to feel in the dark..
by HomeDepotCustomer
Hunter fan with gray, yellow, pink, black with white stripe, etc.
This took a long time to install as the instructions do not address the wiring schematic of my Hunter fan model 21871. Full disclosure I was unable to contact support as they were closed when I got the part. I turned off power at the wall switch but you should turn off breaker as well to be safe if you are uncertain. I am writing the reveiw to simply help others that buy a universal remote that says works with all Hunter models be able to get it to work where the instructions fall short. In order to get the remote working I needed to wire using the below configuration: Black with white stripe connected to Blue wire of Receiver. Grey and pink from fan to Yellow wire of receiver. Yellow and Red ((attach one end of the 5uF capacitors (from the old receiver) to the end of the red wire then use another small piece of wire to attach to the other end of capacitor and then connect to white)) from fan to white of ceiling with all other white wires(receiver, fan, ceiling). Full disclosure I red that part on the internet. This keeps fan blowing down or counter clockwise(aka summer position). Should you want to reverse have to switch pink and yellow wires as there is no reverse button on the remote. Additional tips: I used electrical tape to securely tape each of the white wires together tightly first then added the colored wires one at a time then used the wire nut to attach everything. This was after the wires came undone after pushing the housing back up to the ceiling. I checked everything including turning on the fan while the housing was suspended on the hook from the ceiling plate. There was a large excess of wire which I coiled as neatly as I could and tightly wrapped with electrical tape to keep wires from moving between the ceiling and the housing. Also taped down as best I could inside of the housing. I will say this - the fan up until now has been rock solid and it is no longer made which is sad. Fan is approaching 20 years old now so kudos to Hunter. Word of caution: If you have a red wire coming out of your ceiling be careful as I did not have one but red several other posts on the internet. Good luck and hopefully the wiring saves you some time and/or a replacing a perfectly good fan. I can't recommend the product because the instructions are incomplete and very few people would have invested the time I did to get this working. There should also be regular screws and anchors to mount the holder directly to a wall.
by Mixer
3 people found this helpful
Daughter wanted to turn her lights off from bed. Tried WiFi bulbs but they were inconsistent. Th...
Daughter wanted to turn her lights off from bed. Tried WiFi bulbs but they were inconsistent. This doesn’t have a dimmer but it’s less hassle and works perfectly. Easy to install as well.
by CrcheA
1 person found this helpful
Extremely easy to assemble-=Works great! This is my 2nd one. I have the 1st one in another room--...
Extremely easy to assemble-=Works great! This is my 2nd one. I have the 1st one in another room--Both work great!!
by Nick
1 person found this helpful
this is not a universal remote as I understand universal it did not work with a (actually 2 diffe...
this is not a universal remote as I understand universal it did not work with a (actually 2 different) HD brand fan as indicated by an employee in the lighting department. Removed and replaced this 5 blade ceiling fan 3 times, removed and replaced a new 5 blade ceiling fan 2 times, must really need or want a ceiling fan to go thru this. Calls to hunter remote service and HD service(never did answer) chat session resulted in "call the mfg." and fan mfg. resulted in no one knowing what to do. now my (old) fan is chain operated, cheaper, simple and I need the exercise.
by hintite
5 people found this helpful
Full featured but non-tactile remote buttons …………………………………………………………………………………………………..................
Full featured but non-tactile remote buttons …………………………………………………………………………………………………...................... The instructions included where to place the receiver in flush-mount ceiling fans, which others I’ve installed didn’t offer. It has no settings to set. The remote and receiver are pared by pressing two buttons on the remote at the same time. This type of sync is not the easiest to make or keep. I much prefer the type where you set a matching code on receiver and remote. It has more features that I expected- Light button turns light on and off when pressed fast and dims and brightens when press and hold. Fan button turns fan off but not on. All fan speed buttons turn fan on + change speed. It even has the safe exit feature that delays turning off 30 seconds to walk out of the room when remote is kept away from the door- just long-press the fan-off button. Remote buttons are not tactile. They have no separator lines except between the light-power fan-off, and the icons are recessed rather than raised, so it’s challenging to find the high and medium fan on/speed buttons in the dark. There’s good feedback when press each icon. The remote runs on a CR2032 disc battery rather than more common A types. The battery door has a mini-screw which is annoying in a private home but good for a rental property. The remote presses into two pegs on the wall mount. It’s a firm connection. The instructions don’t give enough advice on the wall mount. You really have options- If your existing wall switch is a single switch box, you can disconnect the wall switch and connect the wires inside to make a junction and keep the ceiling fan live full time, then you install the remote’s wall plate over that junction box in the same holes the switch screwed into. (If you have separate wall switches for fan and light, then there’s much more work to do changing out the junction box to a single and patching the wall). Or you can keep the wall switch and install the remote plate elsewhere, just into the wall, with your own wood screws, but realize that if someone switches off the power at the original wall switch, that the remote cannot power on anything. You could also do a combination of the above two- turn the wall switch into a junction but cover the wall switch box with a solid plate (could be a single or double switch in this case) and hang the remote wall plate elsewhere. When wiring, if you have separate hot wires coming into the room for light and fan, you will cap one off (either at the wall switch if changing to a junction, or in the ceiling box) and connect either one to the receiver. The receiver becomes the switch. This remote is full featured and includes a nice wall plate but the remote buttons are poorly designed for use in the dark, so not great for a bedroom. I also don’t like the way it syncs. It’s a mix of good and not.
by LILass
The product is working fine, however this was a replace transformer w/remote because a fan purcha...
The product is working fine, however this was a replace transformer w/remote because a fan purchased through HD had a defective transformer inside of it. I could have taken the whole fan down, purchased a new fan through the HD internet site (HD does not carry the one I purchased inside their store), waited a week for delivery and tried a whole new fan. However, I opted for the cheaper method and just replaced the transformer w/remote. Sucks when the product is defective and you have to rebuild it. I think that I will pursue this further...
by judy
Lasted one month, hope replacement last longer
Lasted one month, hope replacement last longer
by Gary
Response from HunterFansFeb 1, 2019
Hello Gary,

We are sorry to hear of the inconvenience with your Hunter Control. We will gladly look into this for you.If you can please message us at social@help.hunterfan.com, so that we can gather some additional information to further assist you.

Thank you,
Hunter Fan Company HunterFans
1 person found this helpful
Works like it should, but check your bulbs
Bought this brand new with fan. Installs in line betwen house and fan wiring. Controls speed and light dimming perfectly, comes with wall plate to mount like a switch. Note: Check your bulbs. Dimmable LED or Halogen incandescent (these dim much darker if needed) will both work. Manual has instructions for setting dim function if needed.
by JoeinMesa
1 person found this helpful
It was easy to install and pair to the ceiling fan, but it does not work on adjusting the spee...
It was easy to install and pair to the ceiling fan, but it does not work on adjusting the speed of the ceiling fan. The light control works great.
by Bhenders
Response from HunterFansSep 18, 2018
Hello Bhenders,

We do apologize for the inconvenience with your accessory control. This control is designed to change fan speeds and lighting. Please message us at social@help.hunterfan.com so that we can try to get this resolved for you.

Thank you for contacting us! HunterFans
1 person found this helpful
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