Ceiling Fan with Remote Design

Nov 29th

Ceiling fan with remote – Ceiling Fans Hampton Bay is a registered trademark of the home depot. Each Hampton Bay ceiling fan equipped with a remote control comes with a controller and a receiver. Both the receiver and the remote are a set of four switches with two positions on each switch and change the dip switch settings change the frequency in the fan. If you have two remote Hampton Bay fans you have to change the dip switches, enabling them to function independently.

Hamilton Ceiling Fan With Light And Remote
Hamilton Ceiling Fan With Light And Remote

The ceiling fan with remote has been scheduled on the same frequency at the factory. Turn off the switch that operates the fan ceiling inside the main electrical panel. Remove the cover on top of the ceiling fan, where it meets the ceiling, removing the four screws that secure it to the mounting bracket. This lets you access the remote receiver and wiring. Slide the battery cover on the back of the remote control for the fan. This exposes the dip switches for remote control. Change the four dip switches in the remote receiver into the mounting area of the ceiling fan to match the four dip switches on the remote control.

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