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Old 09-28-2009, 01:39 PM   #1
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Hunter Ceiling Fan: Won't do high speed


I have two of the exact same fan that were installed on the same day (a few years ago). I added the remote module to both of them. The one in the bedroom has a very fast high speed. The one in the living room won't go as fast. It seems like the medium and high speed are about the same. If I remember correctly, the high speed did work at one time.

I've pulled the chain to make sure it's in high speed.

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After calling Hunter...it's the switch/light kit. I swapped them and the one in the bedroom makes the one in the living room work.


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Sounds like you need to change the dip switches in the fan and remote to different codes for each fan http://www.ehow.com/how_5288790_set-...paign=yssp_art
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Sounds like you need to change the dip switches in the fan and remote to different codes for each fan http://www.ehow.com/how_5288790_set-...paign=yssp_art
It's the actual switch with the resistors that is bad. They are sending me a new part. Has nothing to do with the remotes. The remote in the living room will not control the remote in the bedroom.
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It's the actual switch with the resistors that is bad. They are sending me a new part. Has nothing to do with the remotes. The remote in the living room will not control the remote in the bedroom.
Ok sorry should have read the post . Glad you worked it out
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