Lost-remote-to-ceiling-fan, hi- not sure if this is the right area..... i have a hampton bay ceiling fan that my 2 year old lost the remote for. the issue is that the fan was turned off with the remote so i can't get the fan to work now.. Ceiling fan remote control kit, small size universal ceiling fans light remote, speed, light & timing 3 in 1 wireless control, for harbor breeze hunter hampton bay lichler ceiling fans remote, last week, i posted an article about successfully rewiring my remote control ceiling fan to bypass the remote and work off of the wall switch. i had a couple questions, and judging by the lack of help i was able to find online, i thought i would put the information out there. *i am not….

To obtain the model numbers for each, turn off the electricity to the ceiling fan (switch off the correct breaker), remove the fan from the ceiling, and locate the 12 digit upc code (all numbers – no letters) found on the sticker on top of the motor housing. be sure to use a ladder that will support your weight plus the ceiling fan., inside the fan where the pull chain makes connection is the remote control receiver. you must unwire this part and reconnect the wires color for color and then the wall switch and the pull chain will work like before it had a remote. ask your own appliance question was this answer helpful?.

You can go to the home center and look for a replacement remote for that brand and model. you will have to drop the bell down from the ceiling and note the dip pin settings on the receiver. match the dip pin settings in the remote to those in the fan bell. you should be ready to go., if the remote control was an add-on feature, then you will need to remove the fan from the ceiling (or just undo the canopy) and find the receiver that is located in the canopy of the fan. there....

If your ceiling fan remote control does not work, try changing out the batteries. if you lost your ceiling fan remote or it is broken you will need to get a replacement remote. below are universal ceiling fan remote controls and name brand ceiling fan remotes made for hunter, hampton bay, and harbor breeze fans., a possible simple solution - without trying to run down a wire or circuit is to purchase a fan/light remote from home depot or lowes for about $30. follow their instructions closely (always remember to turn off the breaker/fuse at the panel before working on wiring)!.

Stand a ladder next to the ceiling fan. measure from the pull switch on the fan's motor housing down to the floor with the tape measure. write down this number on a piece of paper. step 2