04-09-2012 12:39 AM
Yesterday I purchased/installed the Hunter Highbury 52 inch ceiling fan. After installing I turned back on the circuit breaker. The light switch on the wall is set on the on position. I hit the remote light button on then off... works great. I then hit the remote fan button on then off... works great. So i then hit the remote light button to put the light on.... i walk to the wall and hit the light switch off... then i flick the wall switch back on and the light will not turn on. I tried mulitple times with the same result. So i turn the wall light switch in the on position (with the light not turning on).... i grab the remote and hit both the fan and the light button and they both work great.
The wall light switch must be turned on (which doesnt turn on the ceiling fan light)
With the wall light switch in the on position, the remote control works awesome!
I turn the wall switch off which will turn off the light, but when i return the wall switch back to the on position, the light will not turn back on.... yet while the wall switch is set in the on position, the remote control works great. But i dont want to have to rely on the remote control to function the ceiling light/fan
I double checked the wiring and compared it to the manual provided and looks accurate
04-10-2012 10:24 AM