Harbor Breeze Remote Control Programming

When installing the remote control , make sure your lover is operated at high speed and lighting is on requirement in the change knob.

Dip Switch Programming

Programming a ceiling fan isn’t the exact same or even near programming that a remote control for your TV, or other appliances. In these cases, there are various buttons; there’s a code input to program the distant using the TV, together with the cable box. Remote control for ceiling fans just have a couple buttons. The distinction is that dip switches are set to program the distant into the enthusiast. This really is a”bodily” programming to state, since there’s no guidelines or button combinations to input. The dip switches may have 16 different potential combinations, since there’s 4 buttons and two configurations per dip change — up or down. So 4 into the power of two, 16 possible combinations.

Ceiling Fan Dip Switch
Here’s what a dip switch looks like. You’d need a ball point pen or something similar in order to make the proper adjustments.

Provided that the dip switches are set properly on the enthusiast and the recipient, meaning they’re exactly the exact same on both, it is going to do the job. If the fan doesn’t operate, or there are different troubles, consider reading our troubleshooting manual to learn more.

1. Setting the code on the remote

A ) Place the dip switches. After the distant comes in the mill, the dip switches will probably be put to up. Do not use it like that — you have to set your personal pattern. The dip switches can also be known as”code buttons” by some folks but their proper expression is dip switches. You may use some exceptional pattern you prefer but the more specific the atmosphere or layout, the less probable it’s your lover is going to wind up being controlled unintentionally by somebody with the exact same distant or similar distant (or perhaps only a distant set to exactly the exact same dip switch settings).

B) The exact same code which has been put on the distant, has to be put on the receiver too.

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