So, why are you searching for Hampton Bay Remote Controls? There would be a few particular reasons why for this. Here are the top reasons why our site visitors search for Hampton Bay Remotes:
- Remote control is not working – battery replacement on the remote did not work
- Remote control has been lost
- My Hampton Bay fan is turning by itself – is my remote not functioning properly?
Having a remote problem? Try these steps first:
1. Does the remote have a light that turns on or glows when you press a button on the remote? If not, try the following:
- Replace the batteries. Do you get a light on the remote now when you press a button? If not,
- Check the programming. Is there any special programming to sync your remote with the fan? Is there a button on the fan? Check the manual that came with your fan.
- Check the dipswitches. Are they both set the right way? The remote has dip switches on the back of the remote, possibly under a panel. The fan would have dipswitches inside the fan motor housing.
2. If the light is coming on the remote now, and you have tried all the above troubleshooting, and still the fan does not respond to the remote,
- You may need to check the internal wiring on the fan
- The receiver on the fan may be bad.
Dip Switch Problems with Hampton Bay Remote
If your fan comes on by itself, or if you have two fans that both get turned on by the same remote, than you need to change your dipswitches. On the back of the remote, as well as in the fan housing, you’ll have a set of dip switches. These are switches that can be either pushed to a 0 or 1 position (up or down). In order for the remote to communicate with the fan, the dip switches both need to be set in the same direction.
Replacing a Hampton Bay Remote Control
If you’ve checked the batteries on the remote, checked the dip switches, and your fan remote is still not working, check the light. When you press the button the remote, does the light come on? If there is no light that comes on the remote at all, then it probably would be a good idea to replace the remote. If you have a Hampton Bay fan, then you should get a Hampton Bay remote to replace the existing.
If you don’t know what remote will work with your fan, than it’s usually best to get a universal remote. If you purchase a Hampton Bay universal remote, chances are higher than 80-85% that it will work with your Hampton Bay fan. These universal remotes work with other brands as well, but have the highest compatibility with other Hampton Bay fans.
Finding a Universal Hampton Bay Remote that works with my fan
If you don’t know what remote works with your fan, it may be best to look for a Hampton Bay Universal Fan Remote. If you purchase a Hampton Bay universal remote, chances are it will work with your Hampton Bay fan. To make sure, you can check the product details of the remote you are looking at. Typically it will say what fan it works with.
Here’s some general rules to follow regarding your Hampton Bay fan & remote dilemma:
- If you have a Hampton Bay fan that works with a remote, and your fan is less than 5 years old, a universal Hampton Bay remote should work with your fan.
- If your fan has never worked with a remote, you can’t just buy a remote and it will work with it. If your fan uses pullchains, you’ll have to continue using pullchains.
- To find the actual remote that works with your fan as recommended by the manufacturer, try checking your manual that came with your fan. If you cannot find your manual, try searching for it online. Worst case scenario, go to the home depot community support forums on the Internet and post a question. You will get hope from Hope Depot’s online helpers.
Replacement Hampton Bay Ceiling Fan Remotes
Please note: Not all of these replacement remotes are manufactured by Hampton Bay (they are not necessarily first party remotes). If you are looking for first party remotes, meaning they are made by Litex (the manufacturer of Hampton Bay), look for the logo on the remote to show it’s from Hampton Bay. You can also try contacting Litex directly to ask them where you can find the original remote that is manufactured by them, for your specific Hampton Bay ceiling fan.
This remote is a great deal for only $15 USD. It is not manufactured by Litex or Hampton Bay first party. This remote does not include a receiver. This remote will work with a FAN28R or UC7067FMRX receiver.
This one costs $22, but it’s actually Hampton Bay first party. It has the logo on it and comes from Hampton Bay (or Litex). Some notes about this remote – it’s not a universal remote, meaning it’ll work only to replace Hampton Bay’s UC7078T remote. If you use any other remote, this won’t work. Also, this is only the remote – no receiver included here. The remote does come with a wall mount but – there’s no battery! You need to buy a 9 volt battery for it.
This one is also very well priced at $18 USD – which is great, and it’s a first party remote stamped with the Hampton Bay logo. A few things to note that Hampton Bay wants you to know. This remote isn’t universal, so it’ll only work with your fan if your fan works with a Hampton Bay UC7083T remote. There are buttons for an up light and downlight – there is no reverse function on this remote. A wall mount comes with this remote also.