Bypassing remote - on Hunter ceiling fan II


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Old 06-15-14, 12:01 PM
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Post Bypassing remote - on Hunter ceiling fan II

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I did just as Akilleus said but it doesn't do anything for me. I'm wondering if the fan is a DC fan and that controller has a needed semi conductor to get it to work. I'm no expert on the subject and my fan could be bad. I've wired it up every way imaginable. Nothing.
 

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Old 06-15-14, 12:20 PM
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Welcome to the forums.

The other thread was old and getting too long so you are in a brand new thread.

It could be a DC motor or more likely the motor capacitors for the fan are in the remote.
Why do you need to bypass the remote ?
 
 

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