Most likely the receivers are either bad, or picking up stray frequencies. Could try by disconnecting one, or both, and see what happens. If they are not on different channels, or there is a older type of cordless phone, or even near a airport, military base, or ham operator, it can cause this type of behavior.
The electrician had to cut the original light kit wires and install different light kits and remotes. I'm thinking the connections may need to be checked, but just wondered if anyone had any experience. I can exchange the remote kits, just not likely I got 2 bad ones.
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