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I bought this remote to go with a new remote and receiver set where the remote was flaky. It would work or not work depending on the battery moving around in the remote. The fan remote that came with a controller as well as this replacement remote for it both had faulty wire connectors going to the 9v battery. To fix them and make them reliably work, I just took the board out and soldered a replacement 9v battery connector on there from a 10pk I bought on Amazon (picture included of the heavier 9v battery connectors that I used). And the remotes now work great, so I have a spare remote. Attached is a picture of the replacement battery connectors that I used to replace the flimsy and faulty ones that came on the remotes. Yes you need a soldering iron and a little bit of solder to replace the connector on the board. I think these companies all had this same style of remote made at the same warehouse since I bought too different brands and had the same problem. But replacing the 9v battery clip and wire for it did fix both remotes.
My 15 year old Hampton Bay remote would no longer control the ceiling fan lights. Was dicey whether or not to assume the remote at fault or the sensor in the fan. Problem solved with this replacement remote. Just set the dip switches to the setting found in the old remote, and now everything works perfectly!
I moved into my new-to-me home and discovered that one of the remotes for the light/ceiling was not working properly. I ordered a replacement remote. It came with clear instructions on programming it to sync with the fan/light. It was simple to do and works great!