Internet #203690000

Model #99111

Store SKU #349896

Store SO SKU #1000713855

Universal Wall Mount Ceiling Fan Switch

  • Universal remote works with most brands
  • Controls fan speed and light
  • Dim option for use with dimmable LED, CFL, and Incandescent bulb
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$4798

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
0.1
Product Height (in.)
4.5
Product Width (in.)
2.75

Details

Dimmable
Yes
Dimmable Capability
Dimmable
Fan Control Type
Dimmer,Preset
Number of Speeds
3
Product Weight (lb.)
.4
Returnable
180-Day
Wattage (watts)
300
Wired or Wireless
Combo

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1 Year Warranty

Product Overview

The Universal Ceiling Fan Wall Control is a completely universal ceiling fan control that works on Hampton Bay, Hunter, and Casablanca fans as well as many other. This wall control provides a simple solution control fans speed and the fan light while keeping a very nice flush looking design. The wall 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 install it into the wall.

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Questions & Answers

135Questions16Answers

can you install in a switch box with multiple switches?

Asked by lilred33 September 21, 2020
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YES ............

Where is this made? I do not see the country of origin in the description. Thanks

Asked by Cassie September 19, 2020
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The universal remote transmitter and receiver are made in China. See photos attached.

I have 2 fans & two of these controls. The downstairs fan/light and controller work as expected....

Asked by Jeff September 16, 2020
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Disconnect power from the downstairs fan. If it is on the same breaker as the upstairs fan you will have to disconnect the wires to the downstairs fan receiver module (within the fan canopy) because you will need to have power supplied to only the upstairs fan while there is no power supplied to the downstairs fan. Turn the power off and on (via breaker) to the upstairs fan to re-pair it to its remote. Pair it over and over using the manufacturer's pairing procedure. Pair it a total of 12 times. This will run the logic through all of the memory slots in the module and should eliminate the downstairs fan's remote ability to control the upstairs fan. Restore power to the downstairs fan and see if both remotes correctly operate their respective fans.

Can I use the same receiver to control two fans wired in series? ie run the blue and yellow wire ...

Asked by RobJ August 18, 2020
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I doubt it. I don’t know the load capability of the fan control box, I doubt it is capable of that much load. Running them in series will also cause one fan to run slower. However, you can use one control switch with a fan controller on each fan. Just install a control module on each fan and do the pairing procedure with both modules and the wall switch at the same time following the installation instructions.

Where does the green

Asked by Derrill August 4, 2020
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The green wire on the transmitter connects to the bare ground wire(s) in your switch box. This just avoids static discharge and protects the electronics within the wall transmitter. That's the only wire that needs to be connected to/from the transmitter. The transmitter "talks" to the receiving module in the fan canopy "wirelessly". If the switch box location supplies power to the fan ceiling box you must connect together the two wires that previously connected to the two switch terminals so that the ceiling box is always "hot". In other words you are by passing the old wall switch so the fan receiving module always is energized.

What capabilities does the fan need to have for this to work? Does the fan need to have remote co...

Asked by FTOinVA July 7, 2020
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The fan itself does not need to have "remote control access" There needs to be power 100% of the time at the ceiling box. This can be accomplished by bypassing the wall switch (described below). Your fan should have regular wire leads for a neutral and two hots (fan motor and fan light, if applicable). The universal wall mount ceiling fan switch kit comes with a receiver module that is installed in the fan canopy at the ceiling and this receiver module connects electrical power (either coming into the ceiling box via a wall switch or directly from the breaker or other device in the circuit) to the fan light and motor. The receiver module has inputs for hot and neutral and outputs for neutral, and two hots (fan motor and fan light, if applicable). As far as the wall mount unit itself, it should be mounted in place of the existing wall switch. The existing wall switch should be bypassed (connect the hot two leads that currently go to the switch to each other (under a wire nut) to give a constant power to the ceiling box--effectively acting as if the switch were always "on"). The only electrical connection to the new wall remote is a safety ground wire which is just there to avoid static discharge impacting the electronics in the wall transmitter. However, if you don't currently have a wall switch powering the fan ceiling box presently (i.e., power comes into the ceiling box from another source), then I would recommend that you purchase Home Depot item Model #99110 (Internet #203689999 and Store SKU #343668) instead of the universal wall mount ceiling fan switch. They have exactly the same functionality. The 99110 is also available at Home Depot and it comes with a "dummy" wall plate that has two protruding posts on it to mount the remote when not in use and the "dummy" wall plate does not need an electrical box behind it -- it can be mounted directly to the wall/sheet rock. The 99110 remote kit does not need that static reducing ground wire mentioned above. The 99110 works exactly the same way as the universal wall mount ceiling fan switch--in fact the receiving module that gets wired in the fan canopy is identical in both kits. If you have a wall switch controlling power to the fan, then just bypass it as mentioned, connect the bare ground wire in the wall box to the green wire on the wall switch and you are good to go. If you don't have a wall switch, then get the 99110. In either case, you of course have to pair the transmitter to the receiver as per the manufacturers instructions.

How do i unpair two ceiling fans both because I didn’t realize I had to unpower the second fan so it will from this unit

Asked by Stan June 19, 2020
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Work on one fan at a time to un-pair it from the remote. In other words, make sure you have the power applied to only one of the two fans when you are attempting to un-pair. If you are un-pairing fan 1 from the remote, totally remove power from fan 2 until the entire sequence described below is completed. After the power to fan 2 is removed, you should proceed as follows: For the fan you want to un-pair (fan 1) from the remote---with the light off, remove power from this fan.. Then turn the power back on (just to this one fan of course) and turn the light back on. Then, turn the light off again. Then simultaneously press the "fan off" button and the "high speed" button. The light should blink a couple of times.The previous pairing between this remote and fan 1 should now be erased. You will now want to re-pair this fan (fan 1) to the remote of your choice. Make sure when you do so the power to the other fan (fan 2) remains off. Follow the pairing instructions in the manual. Once this pairing is completed you can restore the power to fan 2. You now should have the two remotes each controlling their respective fans independently.

Is this control compatible with Hunter fan model 51027?

Asked by UnkaDave June 15, 2020
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My questions were answered promptly. Installation was a breeze. Just what I was looking for. Performs as advertised. May purchase another switch soon.

Reverse fan direction button sequence?

Asked by Paul June 10, 2020
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This wireless wall control can not reverse the fan blade direction. ~Kevin

The plastic battery holder broke . Need to replace it, It cracked from the heat. How can I get one.

Asked by Robert May 16, 2020
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Hello Robert, Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. We don't carry the parts for this item and I did look at the parts list. It doesn't show the battery compartment as a separate part. However, you can contact the Vendor to inquire about parts availability at 1 (888) 830-1326 Mon - Fri 8AM to 6PM CST. They also have a Parts site: https://www.hunterfan.com/pages/parts-manuals I hope this helps. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Have a nice day. -The Home Depot-

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The switches look great and really look like they are hardwired and not battery operated. My only...
The switches look great and really look like they are hardwired and not battery operated. My only small complaint is they do not always lay completely flush with the wall. Otherwise, great product
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battery tray
The switch works great. But would not recommend to be installed in a child's room. why? the battery tray pops out and is easily lost. those little fingers love the little clicking noise this battery tray produces. even with a strip of tape over the tray my children could not be deterred from playing with it. Glad we still had the old remote so we could turn the lights off since we can't find the battery tray.
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Response from HunterJune 5, 2020
We would be happy to assist you with this! Please direct message us at Customercare@hunterfan.com so we can help!
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Purchased and installed four of these when my home was remodeled in 2016. The rooms were not wire...
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Purchased and installed four of these when my home was remodeled in 2016. The rooms were not wired for both light and fan controls, so these provided the option of having separate fan and light controls without pulling chains on the bottom of the fans. They look good with the wall colors. Have not yet had to replace batteries in any of the remotes. The only somewhat complex installation is placement of the receivers inside the fan canopies.
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remote
I got two of these remotes for two different rooms and one of them keeps shutting off and turning back on again. I'm thinking the brain in side fan is not working properly. The fan dose that randomly.
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Just installed this wall mount remote. There was one hurdle to overcome during installation thoug...
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Just installed this wall mount remote. There was one hurdle to overcome during installation though. If you’re going to mount it next to an existing switch, you’ll never get the dual face plate to fit properly. I had to modify the switches mickey mouse ear mounting hole to gain more lateral movement to accommodate the dual switch plate cover. Other than that, it works, and if a single gang box is used, installation is way simple. Oh- I don’t think my new fans LED array is dimmable, but I’ll have to check that procedure again. As far as quality and recommendations, I don’t know just yet. But it’s got a good warranty, so we’ll see. It does fit into the standard single rocker style switch plate cover of your choice, and be aware, when pressing the control buttons, only a slight pressure is needed. There is no touch sense of a click or sound, but it does what it is supposed to do.
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runs on a nickel size battery
I thought I would really like this product because it looks like its hardwired to power suppy... it's not. Who wants to go through the trouble of wiring and then still have to replace a battery?
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Response from HunterFansFebruary 27, 2019
Hello Dom102nd,

We regret to hear that the Wall Control did not meet your expectations. If you have any questions in the future, please message us at social@help.hunterfan.com so that we can further assist you.

Thank you,
Hunter Fan Company HunterFans
This was so easy to hook up that I couldn't believe it. Just tie together three wires stuff it in...
This was so easy to hook up that I couldn't believe it. Just tie together three wires stuff it inside and it was done.
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This product is really a great bargain for the price. It is deceptive at first glance, however, ...
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This product is really a great bargain for the price. It is deceptive at first glance, however, it is NOT A WALL SWITCH in the traditional sense. It is a remote control that fits in a wall box or anywhere else you decide to put it. I put mine in the same box as the light and fan control was in before I purchased this one. I have had it for several years. It is still on the first battery. The simplistic design is surprisingly versatile. The battery drawer is the bottom part of the control, and can easily be popped open by accident. The contacts in this battery compartment have lost contact with the battery on different occasions. To remedy the situation, I simply remove the battery, clean it off and put it back in. I have not had to re-pair it to the fan receiver after the switch or fan have lost power. This product can be paired with several fans or several controls or both. A similar product is the remote control of the same design is a wall mountable remote that can be removed from the optional wall mount and taken with you to another location. That item number is 343 668. UPC Code 0 49694 99110 2. I did not see this product on the same page as the control in this review. I recently purchased this similar product to control the fan with a light in my family room. I can now control the fan and light on the way in and out of the room, as well as when I am anywhere in the room, or nearby rooms. I am considering this type of arrangement for my bedroom, so I can control the light and fan from either entry, or while I am in bed.
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This controller for fan was nice and ez to install! Instructions were very easy to read, to the p...
This controller for fan was nice and ez to install! Instructions were very easy to read, to the point . The fan works as directed. I will buy another for living room!
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First, i wish this box was hardwired to the positive line so i didnt have to change batteries ever so often. Second, you will hve to program the lights seperately from the fan, which the instructions are not included but here it is ( turn off lights-30 seconds, turn on lights and imediatelt hold down fan button as well as click the light button twice). Thirdly, once the dimming is figured out, theres no way of telling how bright or dimm it is, there should be an option of seperatelly dimming the lights to a desired brightness instead of holding down the button becuase if you pass the desired brightness you have to start all over again. Lastly, when using the light at a dimmed setting, the led buzzes and theres no way around it
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Response from HunterFansNovember 12, 2018
Hello gabe,

We are sorry to hear that the accessory control did not meet your expectations. If you have any questions in the future, please message us at social@help.hunterfan.com so that we can further assist you.

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