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