20 Most Recent Hampton Bay AC414-LRU 52'' Kemper Collection Rustic Finish Ceiling Fan Questions & Answers

What kind of wall switch do you have? Is it a remote wall switch? You can't use a basic Fan/light control with a remote.

Hampton Bay... | Answered on Jun 16, 2016

Try e-mailing or calling the fan company

Hampton Bay... | Answered on Jan 26, 2013

on some you set a code in the remote control ..then you teach that code to the control unit ..on others you have to set dip switches on the remote control and on the fan to match .. some of the units have dip switches on the top of the fan motor housing ..some have code setting switches on the control unit located inside the fan .. at any rate the fan and remote have to have matching codes ..
here is some information on some units

sometimes the switches are set correctly but the contacts get dirty .. so on the remote, behind the batteries is the code switches .. you can operate each one a few times to clean them ... remember where they are set ... set them back that way unless you are going to change the switches on the module in the fan ... you can check your neighbors remote to see if its on the same setting .. if so one of you has to change dip switch settings on both the fan and remote.. on some older units the code is fixed on the receiver in the fan .. the code is marked on its box .. that code has to be set into the remote unit and is not adjustable ..

this might be the mfg for the hampton bay fans ..it might be a little help

Hampton Bay... | Answered on Nov 25, 2012

call home depo and get them to replace it there good about that

Hampton Bay... | Answered on Jul 11, 2012

sometimes they install a screw threw the housing to keep it from moving during shipping just a thought

Hampton Bay... | Answered on Jul 28, 2011

If the chain can be pulled down, but the switch will not turn on the lamp, it time to replace it. They are relatively easy to replace, and can be bought any any home center or hardware store, for a few dollars. You will need a new switch, a pair of wire nuts and a wire cutter/stripper to repair the switch.

Remember to turn off the circuit breaker before changing the switch. If you don't know which circuit breaker operates your fan, just turn on the fan and start flipping breakers until the fan turn off. The switch is attached to the fan with the nut that the chain comes out of. Undo the nut and take a pair of wire cutter to cut the two wires from the switch. Strip back about a half inch insulation from the wires. Take one wire from your new switch and twist the bare wire with one on the fan, and then twist a wire nut to secure the bare wires. Then repeat with the other pair of wires. Thread the chain through the switch mounting hole and then thread the switch nut to secure the switch. Turn the power back on and check your work. Hope this helps you.

Hampton Bay... | Answered on Feb 05, 2011

i dont think its possible new fan

Hampton Bay... | Answered on Jan 21, 2011

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