Model #17033A REMOTE STOP SWITCH ESKA Boat Motor Electric

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Q:

Remote control for ceiling fan

A:

Thank you for your question on the Remote for the ceiling fan.

If you have changed the batteries you may have to problem the remote to the fan receiver.

If you will send me the model number of your ceiling fan I will try to find the information on programming your remote.

Sam A.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
August 22, 2011
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Thank you for including the model number on you Hampton Bay fan from Home Depot. This model has a double light system and it also has dip switches for programming the remote to the fan. Set the four dip switches to match the remote and fan unit... When the unit is new all the switches are in the up position. Please change at least two of the switches to the down positions. The dip switches on the fan unit are behind the glamour ring up at the ceiling. For instance move the number two and four in the down position on both the remote and the fan unit. If you need more support for this fan, please call 1-800-684-0688 X76206. The output from the remote is not available. Just in case you do not have the operator’s manual I will send it to you. Sam A.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
August 22, 2011
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I can't set custom switch positions on transmitter 139.53778, only works in all (-) or (0) or (+)

A:

I am sending you an image of the owners manual for the remote you bought. If you are using more than one remote the dipswitches have to be set in the same position in both remotes and on the logic board on the back of the garage door opener.

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
July 14, 2008
Q:

stove larger burner control switch

A:

Thank you for your question on the substitute burner switch.

If no instructions came with the new switch it may have the same connections but in different locations.

Usually if is that different it will have instructions packed with it.

L1 and L2 and H1 and H2 and so on for the switches are the same but may be in different locations from the old one.

Try to identify whether it has the same terminals or if they are completely different.

I would suggest doing one wire at a time when replacing the switch.

Please tell me what you are finding that may be different and I will continue to help you if you need it.

If you can take a picture of the back of both switches it would be helpful.

Sam A.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
August 29, 2011