Do universal fan remotes work with all fans?

Unlike some name-brand remotes, this option is universal and not designed to exclusively work with their own brand of fans. The receiver is included, as well as a convenient wall-switch mount. The buttons are simple and intuitive. There are the speed settings arranged in the shape of a fan, as well as the light button.

How do I sync my universal remote to my ceiling fan?

To sync a ceiling fan remote, it’s important to turn off the power to your fan. After 5-10 seconds, turn the power back on and immediately press “PAIR” or “SYNC” on the ceiling fan remote. This will help pair the remote to the ceiling fan within 2-3 minutes.

Will a universal remote work on a ceiling fan?

The included handheld remote allows you to control your ceiling fan speed and dim the light from wherever you are in the room. Wall mounted cradle included so you always know where the remote is.

How do you reset a universal remote ceiling fan?

There are several ways to reset a ceiling fan remote, but here’s the most straightforward: With the power off, hold down the button until the light on the remote flashes. Then, press and hold it again for 15-30 seconds to resynchronize the remote with your fan.

Why is my fan remote not working?

Perhaps the most common cause for a ceiling fan remotes not working is either a lack of batteries or dead batteries. If your remote control has an indicator light, check to see if it comes on. If it doesn’t, that’s a good sign that it has a battery problem. Open the remote control battery cover.

Are ceiling fan remotes IR or RF?

Ceiling fan remote controls come in both IR or RF varieties, but most are RF. If you do have an IR remote control, you’ll need to be sure the Bond is placed so it has a clear line of sight to the fan.

How do I turn my ceiling fan on without a remote?

  1. Stand a ladder next to the ceiling fan.
  2. Purchase a chain link cord that is the length of the final number written down.
  3. Insert the other end of the chain link cord inside the metal pull cord knob.
  4. Pull the knob to engage the motor of the ceiling fan.