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    Jul 18, 2007, 03:44 PM
    Where for I find the dip switches in the ceiling fan?
    I Have A Harbor Breeze Ceiling Fan/light With A Remote. I Recently Replaced The Remote Thinking That Was Why It Wouldn't Work Anymore, But It Still Is Not Working Even With The New Remote. Teh Dip Switches Match The Old Remote. I Am Wanting To Know Where The Switches Are In The Fan Itself So I Can Make Sure They Have Not Been Changed. Where Do I Find These?
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    Jul 18, 2007, 03:53 PM
    Depends on the fan. They are either in the canopy, the switch housing, or on top of the motor housing.

    Ceiling fan remote controls - help and FAQ- Ceiling Fans N More

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